Project Green AV Offers Audiovisual Equipment Recycling w/ Global Electronics Recycling Partnership

| December 11, 2011

December 11, 2011 (Powerhomebiz.com) Project Green AV partners with Global Electronics Recycling to launch an AV Recycling Program that makes Green AV recycling more convenient and cost effective.


Project Green AV extends its commitment to environmental responsibility for products, lifecycle, projects and practices throughout the audiovisual industry in the form of a new partnership with Global Electronics Recycling (GER), initiated by Christopher Maione and Associates (CMA).

AV businesses and end-users can recycle all AV equipment through Project Green AV for free. This no cost solution that meets recycling needs helps promote environmental responsibility across the AV industry and offers AV companies another way to add value for their clients.

The new AV e-waste recycling program through PGAV is built to address new and emerging federal, state and local electronic waste disposal requirements. E-waste recycling through Project Green AV can earn an end-of-lifecycle program credit for AV equipment as part of the guidelines to meet the new STEP certification criteria.

Visit the newly launched Project Green AV Audio Visual Recycling Page at www.projectgreenav.com/PGAVRecycles for more information and to schedule an AV recycling pickup.

green-av Project Green AV is the comprehensive industry resource for Green information & ideas for the Audio Visual industry. Project Green AV is committed to bringing together AV industry colleagues to learn about, discuss and teach environmentally responsible and cost-effective solutions for AV purchases, installation, new technology and projects. For more information about Project Green AV, contact Gina Sansivero: gms@projectgreenav.com or 516-901-8542.

About GER:

Global Electronics Recycling provides customized recycling and safe management of electronics. GER has a zero landfill approach and promotes corporate and social responsibility. Based in Arizona, GER is recognized by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality. GER is ISO 9001 & 14001 and registered for implementing R2 / RIOS.

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