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Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger could place thousands of computers in California schools.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger could place thousands of computers in California schools.










Sacramento, California (PRWEB) January 1, 2004

Computer Recycling for Education Training Consultants announce the launch of their new website, http://www.computerecycleforeduc.com. This new website will provide anyone better access to Computer Recycling for Education’s products, services, and background. Computers recycled and placed in schools are the best way to reduce ewaste and protect the environment. Education, students and the environment benefit. Additionally, the new site will include banner advertising, updated links, and a forum to facilitate the use of Best Practices for computer recycling and electronics waste management.

“Our new website has completely changed how we do business,” said Al Chaney, President of Computer Recycling for Education Training Consultants. “We will be able to offer partnerships, distributorships, products, and consulting services to help clients recycle computers and reduce electronics waste.” As an expert in electronics waste management and computer recycling, Mr. Chaney is available to conduct speaking engagements at conventions, workshops, colleges, seminars, as well as to make radio and television appearances.

Our how-to manual, Computer Recycling for Education (ISBN: 0-9658664-0-8) is available through Barnes & Noble. It is a blueprint that could help Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger reduce ewaste, meet the mandates of SB 20 and provide much needed computers for California schools.

The new Computer Recycling for Education website will allow book fulfillment orders through Barnes & Noble’s website, and will greatly improve the customer services of Computer Recycling for Education.

Through this new website, Computer Recycling for Education plans to be a major influence in the war to reduce electronics waste, the fastest growing environmental problem in the United States and the world.

Al Chaney is currently working with several entities to expand their web presences through collaborations. His article for Waste Age Magazine is scheduled to appear in the February issue. For more information or to make an appointment you may contact Al Chaney at 916-354-3833, or by email at ecycleit@sbcglobal.net.

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