18 Apr '11, 10pm

Dell-Goodwill Partnership Fuels Record E-Waste Recycling

ROUND ROCK, TX — Dell recycled more than 150 million pounds of electronics globally in fiscal year 2011, the computer giant said today. This puts the company about two-thirds of the way to its overarching goal of recycling one billion pounds of electronics waste (e-waste) by 2014. The FY 2011 figure was about 16 percent higher than the year before. The company credits its partnership with Goodwill Industries with helping it to make strides in the amount of end-of-life goods it recovers in North America, including used computers, monitors, printers, scanners and other pieces of equipment. The Dell Reconnect partnership helped Dell collect 95 million pounds of e-waste last year. Dell received a top score in a recent ranking of computer, television, printer and game console companies for their efforts to take back and recycle their products. Dell scored a B grade, in large pa...

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