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Toronto Computer Recycling and Hard Drive Shredding

The team at ERA is excited to announce the opening of our brand new depot in Toronto, Ontario! Toronto computer recycling now has a new player, one focused on computer …

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Old Computers Getting a Second Chance in Toronto

Old Computers Getting a Second Chance in Toronto

The Electronic Recycling Association announces a new full-service depot in Toronto

Toronto, ON (November 7, 2016) – The Electronic Recycling Association …

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UNICEF Canada: ERA on why giving back is important

Posted by: UNICEF Canada September 27, 2016: http://www.unicef.ca/en/blog/electronic-recycling-association-why-giving-back-important

UNICEF Canada Interviews ERA’s Founder, Bojan Paduh

Credit: UNICEF Canada

Credit: UNICEF Canada

Do you remember your first introduction to philanthropy or giving back? For …

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Earth Day 2016 Brings Convenient E-Waste Management to CrossIron Mills

ERA and CrossIron Mills partner to offer the public secure and responsible disposal of unwanted electronic equipment

Calgary, AB (April 19, 2016) – The Electronic Recycling Association (ERA) has partnered …

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Electronic Recycling Association: Edmonton Chamber of Commerce NPO Week!

For the second year in a row, ERA exhibited at the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce‘s Not for Profit Week mixer! Edmonton enjoys a proud tradition of private businesses and …

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Fraud Prevention Month: Tips for Data Security

Avoid hanging on to old devices:

Keeping unwanted electronic gadgets in your home or office increases the risk of loss or theft, both …

Fraud Prevention Month: Tips for Data Security

Avoid hanging on to old devices:

Keeping unwanted electronic gadgets in your home or office increases the risk of loss or theft, both …

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The Growing Problem of E-waste in Our Throw-Away Society

“The throw-away society is a human society strongly influenced by consumerism. The term describes a critical view of over-consumption and excessive production of short-lived or disposable items.”

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 We’ve got kind of a problem here. On the right side of the pendulum, consumerism has reached an all-time high, with products reaching their planned obsolescence within absurdly short timespans and new products being rolled out (and bought) by the millions every day. And, since every action has an equal and opposite reaction, we have to expect consequences. So, on the left side of the pendulum, we’re looking at the very real possibility of a mass extinction, the sixth on record for our planet and the first since the extinction of the dinosaurs – sixty five million years ago.

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Sunrise Community Link Resource Centre to Receive Computers

Sunrise Community Link Resource Centre to Receive Computers

 

The Electronic Recycling Association and Wayne Cao Present the Sunrise Community Link Resource Centre with 5 Laptops in Support of their Programs

 CALGARY, Alta — December 4, 2014 —

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Victoria and Vancouver, BC Computer recycling organization to fight poverty

Extending the gift-giving spirit of the holidays a little longer, leading BC computer recycling organization, ERA, donates used computers and laptops in VictoriaVancouver and all over BC to

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Computer recycling in Saskatoon: Equipment to be donated to local charities and non profits

The Electronic Recycling Association (ERA) is set to open a brand-new depot location, in partnership with Uniway Computers. We have been asked about computer recycling in Saskatoon, and this new …

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