SyndicIT Announces Nationwide IT Equipment Recycling Program
10/23/2013

New service promotes sustainability and corporate social responsibility initiatives for residential properties across the United States. Unused equipment ranging from PCs to printers to mobile devices can now be responsibly disposed of for profit or for donation to charity.

Online PR News – 23-October-2013 – Kensington, NH, USA (October 22, 2013) – SyndicIT Services Corporation (SyndicIT) today introduced a new nationwide service for multifamily and commercial real estate customers allowing them to responsibly dispose of unused or outdated IT equipment for profit through SyndicIT's collaboration with Hewlett-Packard's certified recycling network. The service will be delivered to customers via an on-line portal designed for real estate owners and operators. The SyndicIT re-cycling website calculates the value of equipment a property would like to recycle and instantly generates a shipping label to send the equipment directly to Hewlett-Packard for responsible, secure re-cycling and material reuse in compliance with regulatory standards for equipment disposal.

The service is an especially valuable addition to SyndicIT's suite of solutions for the multifamily industry who are converting to digital operations and want to demonstrate a commitment to the environment by promoting 'paperless' property operations. "One motto at SyndicIT is that our company strives to be 'as green as green gets' while delivering measurable returns on technology investments," says Lauryn Schimmel, SyndicIT's managing director. "As we work with our customers to refresh their IT landscape with state-of-the-art technologies for property automation, a recycling program whereby owners can responsibly dispose of old or out dated equipment is an ideal addition. Helping our customers actually get paid for the equipment they re-cycle brings cash value to difficult to dispose of unused hardware, devices, and equipment."

SyndicIT will work with property owners across the country to establish recycling programs for their corporate divisions and property offices, as well as to design a series of 'resident recycling days' that will allow property owners to deliver a valuable amenity service to their residents and help them easily access a responsible recycling arrangement that delivers cash. Once equipment is assessed for value, properties and residents will have the choice of getting the rebate as a check, as an HP gift card or donate the proceeds to a charity of choice.

"Properties must grapple with increasingly mandatory local, state, and federal ordinances to responsibly dispose of unused electronics equipment. SyndicIT's new recycling program provides property owners with a single resource to design the recycling program of their choice and to deliver the most value and remain in regulatory compliance." Schimmel added, "And, it will be a great way to involve residents and have them participate in an environmentally-friendly community based program and event that will impact their choice and pride in the community they choose to live."

SyndicIT brings this program to multifamily and commercial real estate customers with the backing of an established, certified, recycling infrastructure built by Hewlett-Packard. Since 1972, Hewlett-Packard has responsibly recycled 2.5 billion pounds of electronic products and supplies. This announcement marks the beginning of an initiative designed to reach millions of Americans living in rental communities today.

About SyndicIT Services:

SyndicIT Services, LLC. headquartered in Exeter, New Hampshire was founded to provide enhanced technology tools for the multihousing and commercial real estate industries. SyndicIT's "tools for asset performance" are the next major advance in multihousing and commercial real estate IT technologies designed to enable true property automation. Visit SyndicIT and "Syndi" at http://www.syndicIT.com.

Media Contact:
Lauryn Schimmel
SyndicIT Services Corporation
8 Oak Ridge Road
Kensington, NH 03833
512-571-4418
lschimmel@syndicit.com
http://www.syndicIT.com