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ACR+ member Barcelona Municipality has announced a new agreement for the reuse of outdated municipal computer equipment. The agreement aims to give a second life to these devices by donating them to non-profit organisations, social entities, and educational centres, both in the city and beyond. The equipment is handed over to entities of Circuit Pangea, the collaborative platform made up of social and solidarity economy initiatives, which collect, refurbish and carry out the local distribution of the digital devices to the receiving entities at prices limited to the refurbishment costs (between EUR 40 and EUR 120). Equipment not suitable for reuse will be recycled in an appropriate manner.
The initiative will help to reduce waste, promote sustainability, and contribute to social and educational causes. The program is part of the city's broader commitment to circular economy principles and aligns with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.
Source: www.barcelona.cat (in Catalan)


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