AmCham Shanghai Suzhou Center, in collaboration with Netspring Social Enterprise, Tishman Speyer and University of North Alabama, cordially invites you to join the 2018 Suzhou E-Drive for Used Electronic Items. You may drop off any used or unwanted electronics and related parts on Tuesday, September 18 between 13:00–16:30. Any members and non-members are welcome to participate.
Drop-off items* may include:
· computers and laptops with hard drive(strongly suggest);
· printers, scanners and fax machines;
· monitors, keyboards and mice;
· tablets, mobile phones, e-readers, and cameras;
· cables, extension cords, adapters, USBs, plugs and wires;
· all other office electronic parts and accessories.
Note: *except mercury-containing fluorescent tube
All electronic items collected will support "Netspring Green IT Classrooms" program. Netspring will refurbish the reusable items and distribute them to rural or migrant schools for providing a learning opportunity to children in need throughout China. Any unusable items will be disposed of properly with certified recycling company. A receipt certificate can be provided on-site for provided items.
AmCham Shanghai Suzhou Office, Tina Zhang, 0512 62960131,苏州园区华池街圆融时代广场24栋SIFC 803-A
Tishman Speyer, Liu Jili, 13814815506, 苏州大道西119号苏悦广场北楼701室
University of North Alabama, Amy Pan, 13773115643, 苏州工业园区东长路88号2.5产业园G2-605室
To RSVP, please download the equipment handover list online and send the filled list to Tina Zhang @ firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, September 10. Please bring 2 hard copies of the handover list with official seal to the event on September 18. If you wish to receive a certificate, please also include the full name of your company in the email.
About Netspring Programs:
A Pioneer social enterprise in China
NETSPRING Is a pioneer social enterprise in China created in 2012 upon the following findings:
• Computers and other electronic equipment become obsolete more and more quickly, as market trends are endlessly changing. In China, at least 5 million computers are discarded and turned into e-waste every year. Over 70% of them are collected by illegal recycling vendors, dismantled and even burned in a very rough way. Such practice causes massive toxic chemical release, heavily polluting the air, the water and the soil, and is harmful to human health.
• However, parts of such obsolete computers are still in good working conditions and could be reused after appropriate repair. At the same time, more than 50 million Chinese students in under-developed rural area have no access to computers and the internet. They are striving to learn more and widen their horizon.
With its Green IT Classroom program, NETSPRING addresses those 2 issues, developing recycling economy to create shared value between developed and under-developed Chinese areas.
As an early promoter of the 3R (Reuse, Recycle, Reduce) principles in China, NETSPRING is thrilled to announce that the launch of innovative program - Green 3R Box, for drop-offs of unwanted electronic items such as computers, mobiles or batteries. Netspring Green 3R Box aims to promote natural and sustainable concept, and create environmental and social impacts.
To RSVP, please download the equipment handover list in the below document column and send the filled list to Tina Zhang @ email@example.com no later than Friday, September 14. Please bring 2 hard copies of the handover list with official seal to the event on September 18. If you wish to receive a certificate, please also include the full name of your company in the email.