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Fujitsu boosts green efforts, partners with TES-AMM

Posted: 06 Nov 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Fujitsu Green Program? recycling computers? minimize electric waste?

Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has launched its Green Program, which zeroes in on minimizing electric waste and recycling of computers and other electronic equipment. In collaboration with electronic waste management solutions specialist TES-AMM Singapore, Fujitsu introduces a channel for their corporate customers to conveniently send all their unwanted PCs, laptops or any other electronic equipment to be recycled at TES-AMM's processing facility.

Moreover, Fujitsu noted that the service will be made available to end users, too.

"Fujitsu believes that everyone has a part to play in reducing the damage discarded computers can bring to our environment," remarked Lim Teck Sin, associate director of product marketing, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific. "Apart from going to great lengths to build products compliant to the European Union's RoHS directive, we want to make it as effortless as possible for corporations and consumers to recycle their 'dead' computers. In doing so, they will not only be able to play their part in saving costs related to electronics waste handling and focusing their resources to their core business, they will, most importantly, have a chance to conserve the environment."

With this program, any Fujitsu client1 with a minimum of 20 units of redundant electronic equipment can make an Uplift Inquiry2 and arrange for these units to be picked up. Inquiries can be made via phone, e-mail or web.

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