Despite the frosty weather and low of 27 in NYC for the Super Bowl this weekend, this year’s Bowl is supposed to be the ‘greenest’ in history!
In the weeks leading up to this year’s Super Bowl, the NFL sponsored electronics recycling events in New York and New Jersey that collected 9,000 pounds of old phones, computers and other gadgets. Tens of thousands of trees have also been planted in the metropolitan area to offset carbon emissions created by the game.
This year’s primary objective is to see that minimal waste goes to the landfill.
What a coincidence. That’s HOBI’s objective, too!
Who is HOBI?
HOBI International, Inc. is a leading IT asset management and electronics recycling company serving Fortune 1000 clients. HOBI’s IT services group focuses on corporate IT, data and telecommunications infrastructure, providing resale and remarketing, data erasure and data destruction, recycling, environmental and compliance reporting, de-installation services, and logistics management. HOBI’s Mobile Device services group focuses on the resale and recycling of cellular assets. Our client list includes 3 of the 4 national wireless operators in the US and 4 major device OEMs, and many recycling partners that trust us to maximize the value of their cellular assets while protecting sensitive corporate or client data. An R2/RIOS and ISO14001 certified firm, HOBI leads the electronics recycling industry in best practices for recycling and commodities recovery. Learn more at www.HOBI.com.
As shown in CEA’s graphic, mobile devices are not exactly few and far between. MobileLife, HOBI’s mobile lifecycle management solution, makes your mobile asset management dilemma our business.
The MobileLife Process
MobileLife provides a one-stop-shop for your organization’s mobile asset needs. HOBI’s comprehensive MLM solution delivers custom programs designed to maximize your mobile ROI throughout the entire lifecycle:
- Asset Management
- Repair Services
- Reverse Logistics
- Data Erasure
- Remarketing & Resale
No matter the outcome of Super Bowl XLVIII, it is sure to be the most environmentally friendly with the help of IT asset management providers and electronics recyclers.