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Green Computers Augusta GA

The next time you head off to the local electronics store to buy a new desktop computer, laptop or monitor, consider purchasing a green one in Augusta — that is, a computer that meets criteria established by EPEAT, or the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool.

Electric Medic TV Repair
(706) 863-3424
3850 Washington Road Suite 4C United States
Martinez, GA
 
Augusta Direct TV Dealer
(706) 955-1068
2416 Windsor Spring Rd # H
Augusta, GA

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Serengeti Distributors, Inc.
(706) 306-3709
522 Crystal Crk W
Martinez, GA

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Robins Electronics Company
(478) 922-2585
111 N Davis Dr
Warner Robins, GA
 
Sears Roebuck & Company
(912) 764-6791
38 Statesboro Mall # 38a
Statesboro, GA
 
Best Buy
(706) 733-9155
3667 Walton Way Ext
Augusta, GA
Hours
Mon: 10-9
Tue: 10-9
Wed: 10-9
Thurs: 10-9
Fri: 10-10
Sat: 10-10
Sun: 11-7;

Augusta DISH Network Dealer
(888) 327-5157
2416 Windsor Spring Rd # H
Augusta, GA

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Bunch Of Electronics
(706) 793-1907
2838 Pepperdine Dr
Hephzibah, GA

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TV Service Center
(912) 265-0962
138 Enterprise St
Brunswick, GA
 
Rama Television Service
(478) 953-9266
2802 Watson Blvd
Centerville, GA
 
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The next time you head off to the local electronics store to buy a new desktop computer, laptop or monitor, consider purchasing a green one — that is, a computer that meets criteria established by EPEAT, or the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool.

A program of the Green Electronics Council, based in Portland, Ore., EPEAT assesses computers and other consumer electronics products for compliance with 51 environmental criteria, divided into eight basic categories, including energy conservation, the reduction/elimination of environmentally sensitive materials, product longevity, packaging and recycling.

That means, in essence, an EPEAT-registered computer will have no toxic materials such as cadmium, chromium or mercury, will use recycled or bio-based materials in their manufacture, will be Energy Star compliant, and will come in packaging made from recycled content.

The benefits for consumers as well as the environment are huge. According to a Green Electronics Council report, during a six-month period in 2006 green computers saved 13.7 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, saved 24.4 million metric tons of materials and prevented 56.6 million metric tons of air pollution. In addition, they prevented the disposal of 41,100 metric tons of hazardous waste. And, of course, they helped consumers save energy dollars, and helped make homes healthier.

Currently, more than 20 manufacturers have registered more than 600 computers and other electronics devices with EPEAT.� For a complete list of EPEAT-compliant computers, visit www.epeat.net .

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