April 10, 2006

Computation to hold fifth E-waste collection, management event

TORONTO, ONT-Computation, a Toronto computer company, is holding its fifth annual Earth Week event, inviting the general public to drop-off their unwanted computer equipment for recycling between April 17 and 23. Organizations and businesses with larger quantities and/or special requirements are also invited to contact the firm about its services. In added celebration of its fifth event, the company has announced plans to unveil an environment and technology-themed mural on the north wall of its Toronto facility at 2444 Bloor St West. Computation has also expanded its operations to offer its full range of computer equipment refurbishing, recycling and IT services in the Montreal area. Equipment dropped off at Computation's facilities is refurbished, remarketed and donated wherever possible. Irreparable equipment is recycled for its raw materials. All information on systems is securely destroyed. The company diverts 100% of the equipment under its care from landfill and manages it locally. More information is available from Dennis Maslo at Computation, 416/910-4358, E-mail recycle@computation.to, Web site www.computation.to.

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