ITAD Company is Hosting Free Events to Celebrate Earth Week
BROOKLYN, NY — Liquid Technology, an IT asset disposition company with over 20 years of experience, will host events throughout the tri-state area to celebrate Earth Week. During the week, the company will host three free public events in Brooklyn and one private event in Connecticut. The events will begin on April 20th and culminate on Earth Day, April 22nd.
Here is a list of Liquid Technology’s Earth Week events:
Liquid Technology is sponsoring the Brooklyn Chambers’ April Before Business Hours event with the Orchard Workspace. Liquid Technology’s James Patrignelli, Liquid Technology’s Director of Northeast Sales, will give a short presentation. The event will be held at the Orchard Workspace office at Metrotech Center. To register, visit https://brooklynchamber.zohobackstage.com/BusinessBeforeHours-LiquidTechnologyatOrchardWorkspacebyJLL.
In collaboration with Makerspace NYC, Liquid Technology is hosting a special Earth Day upcycling event. All ages are welcome to attend. Attendees will create mobile gardens from recycled server racks. Learn more at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/earth-day-mobile-garden-tower-build-tickets-620145230077.
Alloy, Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, and Liquid Technology are hosting an e-waste recycling event in Downtown Brooklyn at 372 Schermerhorn Street. During the event, patrons can trade in electronic waste for a free plant. Greenery NYC will be supplying the plants. Learn more about the event at https://www.downtownbrooklyn.com/events/free-plants-for-e-waste-on-earth-day.
Liquid Technology is eStewards and R2 certified and has the highest standards for ITAD vendors. An organization must follow stringent rules and participate in annual audits to hold these certifications. “We value our certifications because it shows our clients we are serious about ethical and secure ITAD services,” explained Managing Partner Richard Greene. “Our Earth Week events are just an extension of the work we are doing all year, and it’s a way to give back to NY,” said Greene.