HCL Infosystems Kick Starts Green Bag Campaign

. The Campaign will cover 99 'HCL Touch' centres across major metros and mini-metros in India.

hidden June 05, 2009 09:25:39 IST
HCL Infosystems Kick Starts Green Bag Campaign

HCL Infosystems Limited has commenced its 'Green Bag' Campaign. The Campaign will cover 99 ‘HCL Touch’ centres across major metros and mini-metros in India. HCL will be enabling its ‘HCL Touch’ centers across the country, to accept eWaste under the ‘Green-Bag’ Campaign under its ‘ecoSafe’ environmental initiative. The campaign, will encourage people to dispose-off their end of life IT equipment including computers, keyboard, scanner, printers etc in an environmental friendly way.

The ecoSafe initiative aims to create awareness on environmental issues and educate customers to responsibly dispose their eWaste. HCL has also tied up with leading eWaste collection and recycling service providers in India.

Commenting on the occasion, Mr. J.V. Ramamurthy, COO, HCL Infosystems Ltd said, "Environment is key aspect of our lives therefore it is our duty to do everything possible for its protection. HCL being a responsible corporate citizen is launching this campaign by extending its environment protection initiatives through ‘HCL Touch’, to enable one and all to come forward and dispose their eWaste responsibly."

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