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Del programa de reciclaje de LG

    1. Recolección de Empaques LG quiere hacer el reciclado de empaques un proceso simple, fácil y sin costo para los consumidores en general y los negocios. Los consumidores que solicitan servicios de reciclaje de empaques tienen que llenar y enviar el formulario de solicitud para recibir una etiqueta de envío gratis. Simplemente haga clic en el enlace http://www.wmtracker.com/v2/LG.cfm?step=step1&natlacctid=1050&CFID=9356972&CFTOKEN=59454221 para recibir una etiqueta de envío gratis para el reciclado del empaque.    2. Recicle sus equipos electrónicos a través de nuestro programa de envio por correo en todo los Estados Unidos, sin costo alguno.  LG quiere que el reciclaje sea un proceso …

    Q. Are cell phones and other handheld devices included in the LG program?

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      Q. Why did LG develop the LG Electronics Recycling Program?

        A. To save energy and prevent excess pollution and waste. There has been amazing growth in the electronics industry over the last few decades. LG Electronics has benefited from that growth. But we realize that consumers are left with few options for disposal when their electronic products are broken, obsolete or unwanted. Recycling prevents usable parts from going into landfills, reduces the need for extraction or production of new materials and saves energy. So we see this as an opportunity to provide a service to our customers as well as a means to make our manufacturing more sustainable. LG Electronics …

        Q. What happens to my old product after I drop it off?

          A. Our Recyclers will collect LG-brand products, transport them to one of their U.S. regional recycling centers and break the product down into saleable materials such as plastics, metals and glass. Downstream vendors will further process the materials into reusable forms and new products will be made. LG Electronics hopes to recycle these same materials back into its own products.

          Q. What do I do with my unwanted appliances?

            A. Recycle it. First, check with your electric company to see if they offer a payment program (they may offer you a rebate to replace your old, inefficient appliance). Since some payment programs have required specifications for appliances (e.g., must be in working condition, of a certain date and/or dimension), you may also need to confirm that your appliance is acceptable. If you are buying a new appliance, check with your retailer to see if they will remove your old appliance when they deliver the new one. According to the Appliance Recycling Information Center (ARIC) 97% of retailers will remove …

            Q. What do I do with my rechargeable lithium ion batteries?

              A. Recycle them. LG Electronics U.S.A. Inc. currently has a contract to recycle LG-brand lithium ion batteries with Call2Recycle. If your battery is not working you should drop it off at one of Call2Recycle’s retailer collection sites or mail it to them. If you have a working cell phone that you wish to send postage-free to LG’s recycler, make sure you drain the battery and turn the phone off before mailing. Any brand of cell phone may be shipped to LG’s recycler free of charge. Recycling information on non-working rechargeable lithium ion batteries: – http://www.call2recycle.org/call2recycle or call toll free 877-723-1297 …