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In what’s being called a “win-win” for both sides, Gardner-Webb University Technology Services is donating more than 150 used computers and electronic devices to Cleveland Vocational Industries’ (CVI) Electronics Recycling (e-recycling) program. The donation will cut down on environmental waste and bolster CVI’s efforts to take the lead in the local e-recycling industry. E-recycling is the reuse of still-functional computers and electronic devices, and the proper and environmentally responsible disposal of electronics that cannot be reused.
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Office of University Communications, "Gardner-Webb University Donates Used Computers to Local Electronics Recycling Program" (2012). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1933.