TCL, ERI to Offer Free E-Waste Recycling Event

ERI, the nation´s recycler of electronics and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction is teaming with consumer electronics leader TCL North America this Friday at the Rose Bowl Stadium for America Recycles Day — to provide Southern Californians with a convenient way to responsibly recycle unwanted consumer electronic items, the companies said.

This is an opportunity for people to dispose of their unwanted electronics in an environmentally responsible way — free of charge. The event will take place on November 15th at the Rose Bowl Stadium´s Parking Lot K South from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. PST.

Residents that drop off qualifying items will receive a burger from the iconic In-N-Out Burger, who will have a food truck on site courtesy of TCL. Also celebrating the event will be legendary radio station KROQ, who will be hosting on-site giveaways and playing music. Televisions, monitors, cell phones, and laptops are encouraged.

For this special manufacturing take-back program, ERI will responsibly and securely recycle all e-waste collected for the event, free of charge courtesy of TCL and ERI.

Already one of the world´s best-selling consumer electronics brands, TCL is now the fastest-growing TV brand in North America. TCL (The Creative Life) was founded more than 35 years ago and prides itself on delivering high quality products featuring stylish design and the latest technology. With extensive manufacturing expertise, a vertically integrated supply chain, and state-of-the-art panel factory, TCL offers innovative televisions, including the award-winning TCL® Roku TV™.

ERI is the largest fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company in the United States. ERI is certified at the highest level by all environmental and data security oversight organizations to de-manufacture, recycle, and refurbish every type of electronic device in an environmentally responsible manner. ERI has the capacity to process more than a billion pounds of electronic waste annually at its eight certified locations, serving every zip code in the United States.