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History of the Recycling Symbol

The triple arrowed logo has become the universal symbol for recycling around the world, but did you know that the design originally started as a money-making idea for a Chicago-based packaging company? Or that the logo was created as part of a design contest to mark the first official Earth Day?
Gary Anderson in 1970 and his original design of the recycling logo. Photo via Wikipedia.

Choose CompuCycle!

cc stamp 150 jpgChoosing the right electronics recycler to manager you company’s IT assets is a critically important decision. Selecting the wrong electronics recycler can mean exposing your company to data mismanagement and subjecting your company to serious legal and financial risk.

Effects of Electronic Waste

If you think that recycling does not affect the lives of everyday people, you may want to continue reading. It is estimated that electronic waste is causing severe health concerns for millions of people around the world, mostly in developing nations of Africa, Europe and Asia.

Ways to Recycle More in 2014

recycle or donateLet's be honest, New Year's resolutions are easier said than done. But what if this year, you make a resolution that will not only benefit you, but also the world around you? CompuCycle encourages you to do just that in the upcoming year. Here are some new and fun ways reduce your carbon footprint and make a personal impact on the planet in 2014.


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