Executive Briefings

Motorola Sets Up Take-Back Recycling Program for Mobile Units

Motorola Inc. has established a take-back recycling program for customers of its U.S. Enterprise Mobility Solutions. The initiative is intended to help them responsibly dispose of used equipment. Products covered include all Motorola-branded "enterprise" mobility equipment, such as mobile and portable two-way radios; handheld mobile computers; barcode scanners; imagers; in-vehicle mobile workstations; accessories; network infrastructure equipment, and computers, laptops and monitors. Batteries are also included, but must be removed from the equipment before they are shipped for recycling. While there is generally no freight cost incurred by the customer, freight charges might be applied in certain cases, Motorola said. To return smaller or more portable items, customers can arrange shipment to one of Motorola's e-waste recycling partners online. For larger equipment returns, customers are contacted for pickup by a Motorola e-waste partner.

Read Full Article

Motorola Inc. has established a take-back recycling program for customers of its U.S. Enterprise Mobility Solutions. The initiative is intended to help them responsibly dispose of used equipment. Products covered include all Motorola-branded "enterprise" mobility equipment, such as mobile and portable two-way radios; handheld mobile computers; barcode scanners; imagers; in-vehicle mobile workstations; accessories; network infrastructure equipment, and computers, laptops and monitors. Batteries are also included, but must be removed from the equipment before they are shipped for recycling. While there is generally no freight cost incurred by the customer, freight charges might be applied in certain cases, Motorola said. To return smaller or more portable items, customers can arrange shipment to one of Motorola's e-waste recycling partners online. For larger equipment returns, customers are contacted for pickup by a Motorola e-waste partner.

Read Full Article