For Immediate Release
e-End To Host Free Electronic Recycling Event in Frederick on Saturday, April 26th
FREDERICK, MD 4/16/2014 - If you've been looking for an opportunity to empty your homes and offices of those old, unused electronics you've got stockpiled, e-End is providing residents and businesses the chance to protect the environment by properly recycling them.
e-End is holding an electronic recycling event on Saturday, April 26th from 11:00am to 4:00pm at their facility located at 7118 Geoffrey Way (off Route 85 South) in Frederick, MD.
Cell phones, desktop and laptop PCs, computer accessories and peripherals, communications equipment, personal electronics and office equipment will all be accepted for free. Each customer will also be able to recycle one CRT monitor and one tube television for free (a disposal fee will be charged for additional units).
Arleen Chafitz, CEO of e-End, reminds everyone that, "Old electronics not only contain toxic materials that will harm the environment, but also contain enormous amounts of confidential data. Every company has the legal responsibility to protect and properly destroy this data. Even your home computer is full of information cyber criminals would love to get access too. By dropping off your old electronics with us, you can be sure your electronics will be properly recycled as e-End has a zero landfill policy. We also guarantee to securely destroy any data on your devices so that it's 100% non-recoverable."
99.9 WFRE will also have a remote broadcast from 2:00pm to 4:00pm, and everyone who stops by to drop off their recycling will have the opportunity to enter to win two tickets to see Brad Paisley in concert.
For those unable to make it to this event, e-End is open Monday - Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm to accept your recycling.
If you need more information about this event, visit
or contact Dollie Dowling at (240) 529-1010 or
e-End is a Certified Woman-Owned Small Business located in Frederick, MD offering secure data sanitization of electronic media employing comprehensive, environmentally sound programs to recycle and adaptively reuse end of life computer, IT and electronic equipment/components in compliance with federal, state and local security regulations.
e-End's expertise extends to total data sanitization of media-containing devices using a suite of cutting-edge tools and technologies to ensure a complete security solution.
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