Acer Promotes Recycling with Voluntary Take Back Program


About to bin your old Acer computer hardware? Don’t, says Acer Malaysia. The number one PC brand in Malaysia has kicked off a Voluntary Take Back Program that rewards customers who recycle their unwanted equipment. Using the tagline “Don’t bin it. Bring it and get rewarded”, the environmental-friendly program runs from 1 August 2013 to 31 July 2014, and is open to all Acer users.

The program entitles users up to RM200 in trade-in vouchers and is valid for all working or non-working Acer notebooks, Ultrabooks, desktop PCs, all-in-one (AIO) desktops, netbooks, tablets, smartphones, projectors and monitors. The trade-in vouchers can be used for their next Acer purchase.

Acer Malaysia is working through Highpoint Service Network, an authorised agency to recycle and dispose off collected machines in an environmentally-friendly manner.

Ricky Tan, General Manager of Acer Sales & Services Sdn Bhd explained, “This Acer Voluntary Take Back program helps communities reduce waste. It is a meaningful program to give Malaysians an option for disposing of end-of-life Acer machine and contribute towards a clutter-free earth. Together we can make Earth clutter-free and it will also help decrease waste management and disposal costs for society.”


Visit for more information about the Voluntary Take Back Program.

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