Laval, Quebec, Canada, 30th Nov 2022 – The ASIC repair industry is expected to be worth over $1 billion by 2026, making it the perfect field to grow into.
“We offer all the tools that our industries need to have no impact on our environment. Bitcoin Mining mostly uses green energy sources, but what about e-waste? There is still work to be done, and we are again leading the way,” mentions Jonathan Bertrand, CEO of D-Central Technologies.
To continue its commitment to reducing its environmental impact, D-Central has implemented several initiatives and programs that allow customers to return their used electronic components for refurbishment and reuse. This program allows for the collection, sorting and assessment of returned items before deciding on their fate – whether they should be recycled or reused in another manner. By running this program, D-Central can minimize e-waste and reduce the overall carbon footprint associated with producing new electronics.
In addition to this program, D-Central also provides an e-cycling service which safely disposes of any broken, outdated or unwanted electronics. This service helps to ensure that these items aren’t simply thrown out but properly recycled and disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.
D-Central is dedicated to reducing its environmental impact and becoming a leader in the ASIC repair industry. The organization’s commitment to e-cycling, recycling and reuse is helping it reach this goal while providing a valuable service to customers looking for reliable electronic repair services. With its innovative approach to e-waste disposal, D-Central is setting a strong example for other businesses to follow
“In Quebec, we call this type of product the serpuarien. D-Central thus extends the reduction of electronic waste well beyond our simple niche, but to all electronic waste by using the program of the EPRA of Quebec,” adds Jonathan.
Overall, D-Central’s efforts toward reducing its environmental impact have been impressive and demonstrate the company’s dedication to sustainability and ecological responsibility. As more organizations become aware of the need to reduce their ecological footprint, D-Central can serve as a great example for others striving to do the same.
To learn more about D-Central’s ASIC miner repair service, visit their service page: https://d-central.tech/mining-repairs/ To learn more about maintenance training: https://d-central.tech/mining-training/ To learn more about ASIC chips for repairs: https://d-central.tech/shop/
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