Dell expands recycling program

Dell has added more countries to its recycling service, as part of its plan to implement a global recycling policy.

The recycling program, which recycles any Dell-brand computers or peripherals, does not require a new purchase for people to use it.

Brazil, China, India, South Korea, Mexico and Taiwan were added to the program; while recycling program services in Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and Thailand were "either added or enhanced," according to Dell.

"Dell supports a policy that would make all producers responsible for offering recovery and recycling services for their own brand products from consumers at no charge," Dell said in a statement.

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