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Recycling Hardware the NextMark Way

The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) today encouraged marketers to join its "Recycle Please" campaign and take its "Green 15" pledge in honor of Earth Day 2009. As a DMA Member, NextMark responded with a slightly different effort. Our engineering and operations teams took advantage of an opportunity to clean house on a warm Spring day, and filled the bed of a Toyota Tundra with yesterday's infrastructure.

Systems Plus Computers, Inc., a local supplier, was the beneficiary of multiple machines and monitors, large and small, of various types. Their computer hardware recycling program made it easy for us to contribute to a better environment. It is encouraging to know that some components may be put to future use, and that the remaining frames will not end up as landfill supporting the next new housing development in South Jersey. It is important for all of us to remember that the computers we use pose hazards when we discard them, so please reach out to your local computer hardware suppliers to see what recycling programs they offer.

NextMark has a right way to dispose of your unwanted hardware, but this clearly is not it.

Although the NextMark organization is virtually paperless, we are happy to 'go green' this April 22, 2009 Earth Day and to prevent unecessary waste. Hope you enjoyed the video. Visit the findlists channel on YouTube to see our videos about mailing lists.

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