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Information Systems Resources Partners with Henry Ford For E-Waste Recycling

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DETROIT — Information Systems Resources, the Dearborn-based provider of IT asset management, announced it is honoring Earth Day by partnering with Henry Ford Health System to collect electronic scrap that employees want to recycle in an environmentally sensitive manner.

This includes removal and shredding of hard drives.

Two days have been set aside for Henry Ford Health System employees to bring in and recycle personal assets.

ISR is a recycler of retired electronic equipment, helping businesses handle unneeded inventory in a secure, environmentally responsible manner. ISR also remarkets useful components that can be repurposed for additional use while disposing of unusable material in accordance with EPA regulations.

ISR and the Henry Ford Health System encourages employees to take advantage of this free service to dispose of unwanted personal electronic devices by bringing material to drop off locations at work. Equipment can be turned in by employees of the Henry Ford Health System on Friday, April 20 and Wednesday, April 25.

“There is no better way to celebrate Earth Day than by recycling unwanted electronic devices in a responsible way,” said Henry Ford Health System CIO Mary Alice Annecharico. “In our effort to become more green, we encourage our employees to take advantage of this offer and eliminate their personal electronic devices that are cluttering their homes.”

“Partnering with Henry Ford Health System to provide this service at no charge presents a tremendous opportunity for their staff,” said ISR founder and CEO Luther Elliott. “Individuals can eliminate unwanted electronic devices and be assured they are disposed of in a secure way that is consistent with the spirit of Earth Day by keeping waste out of our landfills and reusing material in a responsible way.”

For more information visit www.is-resources.com or call (313) 274-6400.

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