San Diego, CA - December 11, 2007 - America is shifting to a "Green" culture and businesses are realizing that environmental responsibility is everyone's responsibility, and Super Warehouse is no exception. Super Warehouse takes global warming and environmental protection seriously and encourages its employees and customers to "Go Green."
Currently, Super Warehouse offers "green" services to customers including a recycling program for e-waste. Asset disposal and data sanitization services are provided through AnythingIT's Recycle Tomorrow Program, which is in full compliance with programs mandated in the state of California, Europe and Japan.
When purchasing electronic products such as monitors, laptops, TV's, and anything with a screen, the asset disposal, or California E-waste Recycling Fee, is automatically added. Because it is illegal to dispose of these products using regular methods, customers can effectively plan for and reduce the costs associated with IT asset disposition by paying for services in advance.
The data sanitization service offers peace of mind by eliminating all remnants of sensitive data from hard drives to protect against identity theft and maintain corporate privacy. AIT's processing center meets the security requirements of the United States Department of Defense to ensure customers' data is safe.
Super Warehouse realizes its environmental responsibility and is working to become a more "Green" company. Super Warehouse recycles bottles and cans as well as paper and tries to "close the loop" by purchasing recycled products such as paper and light bulbs whenever possible. The company also recycles its hazardous e-waste through a recycler that adheres to the latest safety guidelines. Super Warehouse recently purchased energy-efficient light bulbs for the entire office and goes paperless whenever possible, making the vast majority of its internal communications available online. Employees lend a hand to the cause by turning off lights in rooms not used and using natural light whenever possible. Teammates dine using reusable dishware, silverware, and glasses for meals in the office and carpool to work whenever possible.
Super Warehouse is working on implementing green policies and procedures for 2008 and beyond. The company hopes to become 100 percent paperless, and plans on buying energy saving computers in the future. Super Warehouse is taking concrete steps to reduce its footprint on the environment and continues to look for new and innovative ways to help the cause.
About Super Warehouse
Super Warehouse is an online source of technology products and services for businesses, education and government customers internationally. Founded in 1998 by San Diego entrepreneur Russell Schneider, Super Warehouse provides expertise and guidance for customers to help determine the best technology solutions and specific products needed for their business. From start-ups to large corporations, customers can access more than 60,000 items from leading technology brands such as Apple, Brother, Microsoft, Adobe, Kodak, Cisco, HP, Sony and more. Super Warehouse provides businesses with competitive pricing, immediate shipping capabilities, and technical support. In 2006 and 2007, the company was named one of San Diego's fastest growing companies by the San Diego Business Journal. More information can be found at www.superwarehouse.com
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