Dell Expands Free Computer Recycling Program

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Tim Higgins

Akron, Ohio, Frederick, Md. and New Haven, Conn. are new Reconnect cities. This brings the total number of participating Goodwill retail stores to more than 1,000 nationwide.

The program is free for consumers who want to responsibly recycle any brand of unwanted computer equipment.

Dell also launched Dell Exchange, a free online trade-in system that enables U.S. customers to help keep unwanted electronics out of landfills by exchanging them for Dell gift cards.

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