Thursday, January 22, 2009


Hello: The Blind Center of Nevada in Las Vegas concentrates on improving the daily lives of its blind and visually impaired members by providing employment and free services. Employment and free services are funded in part by our computer/electronics recycling business. One hundred percent (100%) of the profits go directly to help the blind and visually impaired.

In order to keep all of the services and programs in place, and to insure employment, the need for old and unwanted computers and other electronics for recycling is an everyday occurrence at the Blind Center. All e-waste is kept out of the landfills in Nevada. We also specialize in hard drive data sanitization and give a serial number report upon completion of the erasure.

If you have any equipment for us to recycle, please call the Blind Center at (702) 642-6000, or visit our website listed below. We welcome your inquiries.

"The case for recycling is strong. The bottom line is clear. Recycling creates more jobs than landfilling or incineration. And a largely ignored but very important consideration, recycling reduces our need to dump our garbage in someone else's backyard." - David Morris of the
Institute for Local Self-Reliance

1001 N. Bruce Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101
702.642.6000 Phone
702.649.6739 Fax

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