Unicor e-cycling reaches into private sector
Aug 05, 2005 | 07:28 AM
| Paul Schaffer
Federal Prison Industries Inc., which is active in electronics recycling for federal agencies, has begun to seek defunct computers, cellular telephones and copiers from private businesses.
Federal Prison Industries, which uses the trade name Unicor, this month opened a recycling center in Landover, Md., where it has begun accepting "donations of any electronic item with a circuit card (no white goods)."Private corporations and non-federal government entities are welcome to use the service, which is limited to the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, according to an Aug. 1 announcement.....
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