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Samsung Recycling Direct™

When it's time to replace your company's electronic products, choose Samsung.
It's not just a sound business decision. It's the eco-conscious, value-added and easy choice. Because we'll pick up your old electronics free of charge and bring them to a Samsung Recycling Direct™ Depot - saving you time and money. They'll be shipped off to a state-of-the-art facility where they'll be recycled. Nothing will be sent to a landfill, incinerated or shipped to a developing country. All the work is done right here in Canada. So choose Samsung, and you'll be doing business the eco-friendly way.
Samsung is proud to be able to offer Canadian businesses greener choices so they can run their companies in an eco-friendly way. We make LED TVs and monitors without mercury or Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs); we offer a choice of TVs, monitors and appliances that meet or exceed Energy Star® qualifications; and we provide socially and environmentally conscious ways to recycle old electronics and toner cartridges through our Recycling Direct™ for Business and S.T.A.R. (Samsung Take Back and Recycle) programs. At Samsung, we're making every effort to offer Canadians products that are earth-friendly from start to finish. We promise to help you do business in a way that enriches our planet.

Contact a Samsung Recycling Direct™ Business representative now
Go green. Save time and money.
To take advantage of the Samsung Recycling Direct™ for Business program, follow these simple steps.
Once your purchase of new Samsung Electronics devices has been finalized, talk to your Samsung Representative to arrange a time for your old electronics to be picked up.
A crew and truck will arrive at your doorstep at the appointed time and cart away the old products. You don't have to lift a finger.
TVs, DVD and VHS players, audio equipment, home theatre equipment, phones, mobile phones, cameras, camcorders, printers, monitors, computer products, plus accessories like cables, chargers, hands-free devices and mobile phone batteries.
E-waste will be delivered to our recycling partner, Global Electric Electronic Processing (GEEP). Plastics, glass and hazardous materials (like cathode ray tubes) are removed. Electronic products are broken apart and the pieces are then sorted to extract as many different materials as possible. Plastics are recycled or converted into diesel fuel; metals like copper and iron can be re-used to make pipes and wire; cardboard is shredded and recycled.
You and your business can feel good in knowing that you prevented electronics from ending up in landfills or going overseas.

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