LG Launches Nationwide Electronics Recycling Program
Aug 4, 2008
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LG Electronics has launched a nationwide electronics recycling program, designed to offer consumers a convenient, responsible way to unwanted television sets, computer monitors, and other consumer electronics products. Developed with Waste Management's subsidiary WM Recycle America LLC, the LG Electronics recycling program is being launched this month in 160 locations across the United States, and is expected to include recycling sites in all 50 states by September.

Products recycled free-of-charge to consumers include LG, Zenith, and Goldstar brands of televisions, monitors, audio equipment, video cassette players and recorders, DVD players and recorders, combination TV/VCR and TV/DVD units, set top boxes, and accessories associated with those products. The LG-WM Recycle America program also allows consumers to recycle other manufacturers' consumer electronics products for a modest fee.

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