Earn Cash for "Doing the Right Thing!"
V7 has joined with our strategic partners and you to ensure that together we limit impacts on the environment in a responsible manner. Recycling is an important step in that effort. That’s why V7 has chosen to actively participate in a recycling initiative for “end-of-life” (“EOL”) electronic products.
Through this V7 program, your unwanted products are vetted for reuse by others or for recycling to meet our goal of avoiding entry into the waste stream. As an incentive, the V7 program plans to offer cash for qualifying products.
How it Works!
Any customer who would like to trade-in or recycle an unwanted product will go through an easy three-step process:
- Tell us about your product and get an offer
- Ship us your product free
- You get paid
It’s that simple! The great thing about this program is all V7 branded LCD monitors or GPS will get an offer, regardless of condition.
The V7 Recycling program is a joint initiative between V7 and Clover Environmental Solutions, and is powered by Gazelle, the nation’s largest reCommerce company.
Practical. Responsible. Rewarding.
Just another way that V7 offers the right solution for you.
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Disposal of used and electronic equipment is a rapidly growing problem in our waste stream due to the quantity and toxicity of the materials in some products.
The symbol on your V7 product or its packaging signifies that this product must be disposed separately from ordinary household wastes at its end of life. Please kindly be aware that this is your respnsibility to properly dispose electronic equipment at recycling centers so as to help conserve natural resources.
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Lamps inside LCD products contain mercury and must be recycled or disposed in accordance with local, state or federal laws. For more information, plese contact the Electronic Industries Alliance at www.eia.org. For Lamp specific disposal information, please check www.lamprecycle.org.
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