Green electronics are gaining quite a following and people are growing more interested in how electronics companies are making sure that they are taking an active role in the protection of the environment. One of the things that people are concerned about is recycling their old electronics; indeed, where should you take your old, unfixable TVs, for example?
Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America has the answer to that. The company just joined the Electronic Manufacturers Recycling Management Company’s recycling initiative. This means that consumers all over the U.S. can now leave their old Mitsubishi TVs at any MRM recycling drop-off points. This marks yet another step made by Mitsubishi towards going green, with one of their first steps having been to manufacture energy-efficient televisions.