Verizon Recyclers on the Road Again in Richardson, Texas

Electronics recycling stack

Verizon’s recycling road show makes its next stop in Richardson, Texas.

The company is hosting its third Recycling Rally at its 2400 N. Glenville facility on Nov. 7 from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Central time. Employee volunteers will gather in the southwest corner of the parking lot to collect unwanted electronics and other material for recycling. The event is free and open to the public, and a number of lucky recyclers will be randomly selected to receive giveaways, including water bottles and tote bags.

Ashburn Recycling Rally 2012
From TVs to PCs, bring your E-waste to Verizon’s Richardson office on Nov. 7.

Recycled items can include glass, plastics and aluminum cans; laptop and desktop computers; CRT (cathode ray tube) and LCD (liquid crystal display) monitors and televisions; computer cables, mice and keyboards; gaming consoles; telephones and answering machines; stereo and audio equipment; paper shredders; alarm clocks; printers; cameras; conferencing equipment; remote controls; earphones; small electronic appliances (such as coffee makers, toasters, toaster ovens and can openers); microwave ovens; vacuum cleaners; and electronic toys without batteries. Hard drives will not be wiped, and all batteries should be removed prior to turning in any items.

Items that will not be accepted include hazardous waste (such as batteries, inks/toners, mercury bulbs); units containing fluid (such as motors and pumps containing fluid); refrigerators and freezers; medical waste, and radioactive material such as X-ray equipment.

The Richardson Recycling Rally is part of Verizon’s commitment to protect and preserve the environment by enabling the public to be green at work and at home. The supplier disposing of the discarded items will adhere to Verizon’s zero-landfill objective, meaning the materials will be reused or recycled so that they do not end up in a landfill. 

These events are making a difference. Over the past three years, Verizon employees and the public nationwide have turned in nearly 1.4 million pounds of waste.

For more on Verizon’s commitment to sustainability, click here.