Why re-using laptops helps both the earth and Corporate Social Responsibility

Everyone knows that re-using and recycling is good for the earth, but does everyone know why laptop recycling, specifically, is both good for the earth and CSR?

Rare elements and toxic materials used to make laptops are incredibly detrimental to our earth’s layers when they attempt to decompose in landfills. The toxic chemicals seep into the earth, ruining its properties for future use of the land.

In case that’s not bad enough, it’s a complete waste of the earth’s most rare and precious elements. A great deal of metal and chemicals goes into the creation of electronics, and when we carelessly throw them out, those special metals are thrown away forever.

By recycling laptops and other electronics, not only is the sustainability of the earth preserved for future generations, it also spares countries, specifically in Africa, where invasive mining occurs for the extraction of the metals.

Additionally, while doing this, corporations can improve their CSR tenfold, and subsequently, their stock value and consumer transactions. The public likes businesses that care about the community and environment. They will repay that commitment in the form of hard, cold sales leads.

Consider donating your laptop and electronic accessories with us next time.

For more information, visit: https://www.socialbox.biz/


About SocialBox.Biz

SocialBox.Biz, a London-based technology social enterprise startup determined to use their expertise and knowledge for the betterment of both the homeless and elderly in accommodation services as well as unaccompanied refugee minors.

SocialBox.Biz’s Laptops for the Homeless Initiative works with the homeless in accommodation services for getting them back on track through digital inclusion. SocialBox.Biz delivers working laptops to the individuals registered with homelessness services for providing them access to the working world. In return, participating corporations and businesses witness incredible Corporate Social Responsibility increases.

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