Epson has launched a new program that provides free recycling for projectors used in education. The "Brighter Futures Graduation Program" also creates discounts for schools trading up to newer models.
The Epson Brighter Futures Graduation Program is designed to encourage K-12 schools and colleges and universities to trade in older, less energy-efficient Epson equipment for newer Epson projectors that use E-TORL technology to generate more light output per watt and longer lamp life than older projectors.
Qualifying trade-in projectors will be worth $25 to $50 toward the cost of a new projector. One projector will be recycled per projector purchased. Further information can be found here.
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