Denver’s 9 News broadcast the launch of the new partnership that expands our recycling capabilities to refurbishment and repair. Computers refurbished by PCs for People are available at low cost to qualified low-income people. The initial distribution of computers was sponsored by Regis University and First American State Bank. PCs for People launch news release
By employing adults with autism, the new Denver location of Blue Star Recyclers offers businesses and residents a new choice for electronics recycling that also creates jobs. The news story interviewed employees with autism who are excited about jobs that help them “live life more.”
Hear Bill Morris explain why a new facility in Denver will create more jobs for people with autism and developmental disabilities. Click here.
Jack Maher, multimedia journalist for Jefferson County Public Schools, profiles two Jeffco graduates on the autism spectrum. The video shows how work at Blue Star Recycler’s new Denver facility offers meaningful employment due to unique partnership with Otterbox.
Using Blue Star Recyclers will create jobs for people with disAbilities and you will feel confident that your personal information will be safe by destroying the hard drive.