New Delhi: IT firm HCL Infosystems today started its ‘Green Bag’ campaign, where people can discard their old IT equipment like computers, keyboard and printers in an environmental friendly way.
The ‘Green-Bag’ campaign will cover 99 ‘HCL Touch’ centres across major metros and mini-metros in the country.
These centres will accept eWaste and encourage people to dispose-off their end-of-life IT equipment, including computers, keyboard, scanner and printers in an eco-friendly manner, HCL Infosystems said in a statement.
HCL has also tied up with leading eWaste collection and recycling service providers in the country, it added.
“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,” HCL Infosystems chief operating officer JV Ramamurthy said.
The company owns a network consisting 11 remote support centres, 505 service offices, 390 warehouses and 150 repair centres under HCL Touch.