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March 2007
Dell given environmental award from National Recycling Coalition

Dell is the recipient of the National Recycling Coalition’s (NRC) Recycling Works Award for its efforts to promote individual producer responsibility.

The award, which honors organizations or individuals who have demonstrated leadership in recycling and conservation of the environment, will be presented at the NRC annual gala, recognizes Dell’s leadership in recycling computer equipment and its global policies making it easier for customers to become effective environmental stewards.

Dell has implemented several programs to encourage free and easy recycling. Key initiatives include:

Free Consumer Global Recycling: Dell is the only computer manufacturer that offers consumers no-charge recycling services for its own branded computer equipment globally without requiring new product purchases. Dell completed the rollout of its global recycling policy in December 2006.

Reconnect Program: Through Dell’s alliance with Goodwill Industries in several markets, consumers can donate unwanted electronics of any brand in any condition at Goodwill intake sites.

Asset Recovery Services: Dell offers product recovery services that help business and institutional customers responsibly manage the retirement of used IT equipment.

Computer Donation: Through Dell's partnership with the National Cristina Foundation, customers can donate any working computer system to non-profit organizations in their areas.

Dell has launched a new website,, which provides in-depth information on Dell’s environmental programs.

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