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Electronic TakeBack Coalition Urges Panasonic to Recycle on Panasonic Jumbotron

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It’s not always easy to get giant corporations to pay attention to consumer demands, but the Electronic TakeBack Coalition may have found a way— by demanding that Panasonic create a national recycling program on a Panasonic jumbotron screen in Times Square.

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You can find out how other electronics companies fare with their TV takeback programs here.

Photo Credit: PlasmaPlanet.com

 

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