In the frame of World Oceans Day, Nat Geo cartographers informed that the fastest current which surrounds the Antarctic makes the waters different
is to recycle old technology from individuals and companies, at the highest compliance standards, and use a portion of the proceeds to fund tech labs for kids without access to computers worldwide
Recycling your technology is hard and oftentimes inconvenient. A lot of people and companies do not have a reliable way of doing it yet they understand the importance of being mindful about the environment and personal data stored in hard drives and memories.
We created a network of collection points and logistic partners to recycle your computers following the best industry standards, protecting your data by destroying your hard drives and sensitive information, saving electronics from going to the landfill and using the proceeds to fund technology labs for kids all over the world who don’t have access to computers.
Each client becomes a partner in these efforts and all of the goodwill, data, impact, and visibility are directly and indirectly shared with every stakeholder in the process. Our partners are considered good environmental stewards and catalysts in making a social and economic impact in the lives of thousands of children across the globe.
The eco-conscience is something that has been in the building for a long time and now, with all the research we see published
World Economic Forum Founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab held a virtual conference with the Vice-President of the United States, Kamala Harris, and