www.directv.com/recycle – FREE Electronics Recycling

DIRECTV Recycle

  • AT&T and the Goodwill have combined forces to provide free electronics recycling
  • A must for people who care about the environment
  • Rumor has it that Al Gore had a helping hand in creating this environmental friendly program

DIRECTV.com/Recycle provides instructions on how to drop off a used DIRECTV electronic device at any Goodwill location near that participates int he program.  Those who are not lucky enough to live and play in the Centennial State can print a mailing label and ship the bothersome equipment to the Goodwill in Denver for free.  Please note AT&T works hand in hand with the ever popular Goodwill Industries of Denver in order to ensure used electronics can go into job skills training locally and support responsible recycling effort in order to make the planet a better place to live for future generations.  Any questions in regards to DIRECTV.com/Recycle can be directed to 6850 Federal Boulevard Denver, CO 80221 or by phone (303) 650-7700 (between the hours of 8 am to 4 pm MT Monday to Friday) or via email to tturner@goodwilldenver.org

www.DIRECTV.com/Recycle Notes

  1. Offers a mailing label for non Colorado residents free of charge
  2. If certain electronic item(s) is/are not accepted through this program, consumers can access the Sustainable Electronics Recycling Interanational (SERI) website to find a local R2 certified recycler
  3. In order to secure a mailing label the customer will have to provide their name, phone number, address, and email address
  4. There are more than two dozen drop off locations in the Denver area making it a no brainer
  5. This program is ongoing until further notice

Goodwill Industries International Inc., is a Maryland based nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1902 out of Boston MA by Reverend Edgar J. Helms.  The Goodwill is currently headquartered at 15810 Indianola Drive Rockville, Maryland, United States 20855 and has served more than 35 million people.

References

  1. www.directv.com/recycle