TUSTIN, Calif., April 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- All Green Electronics Recycling, a leading electronics recycler specializing in secure IT asset disposition and data destruction services, is celebrating "All Green Earth Day 2013" with a statewide initiative to reduce E-waste in households and businesses. Beginning April 19th, All Green will launch community events that offer safe and convenient E-waste disposal for businesses and residents. Earth Day, on Monday, April 22nd, 2013, is organized annually by Earth Day Network as the largest civic observance in the world with more than 1 billion people participating. For more information about All Green's Earth Day 2013 E-waste events, please visit www.allgreenrecycling.com or call (800) 780-0347.
All Green CEO Arman Sadeghi is encouraging local residents and business owners to participate in E-waste recycling events to reduce the chances of e-waste making its way to local landfills. "E-waste recycling is the best way to save the environment because it reduces thousands of tons of toxic chemicals in our atmosphere each year," he said.
Beginning Friday, April 19th, All Green will be hosting a plethora of e-waste recycling events statewide for residents and business parks. All Green will provide a hard drive-shredding mobile at select events where residents and business owners can view the destruction of their hard drives, CDs, DVDs, tape backups and any other data containing device. All Green will offer the public an opportunity to dispose its hard drives in a highly secure setting that is on par with standards of government agencies.
"By bringing FREE and convenient recycling to thousands of business parks in the state, we are taking away any reason to stockpile old IT Equipment and risk data breaches," Sadeghi said.
All Green will be hosting Earth Day E-waste recycling events at the following locations:
- Kaiser Permanente Medical Center - Sacramento (4/19)
- 17 Orange County business park locations throughout the week of the 22nd. The All Green shredding truck will be present at these events.
- City of Oceanside (4/27)
- Wholefoods Venice (4/21)
- Wholefoods Torrance (4/21)
- Wholefoods Sacramento (4/21)
- Bolsa Chica State Beach (4/21)
- East Palo Alto Library (4/27)
- Rancho San Diego Library (4/27)
All Green Electronics will host 52 additional events, including roundup events that will benefit local schools or non-profit community organizations. For more information on All Green's Earth Day events, please visit www.allgreenrecycling.com.
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SOURCE All Green Electronics Recycling