Pittsburgh, PA, April 22, 2010 – Treelady Studios, a Mastering, Mixing, and Recording Studio located in Pittsburgh, PA announced that it has partnered with The Compact Disc Recycling Center of America offer free CD and DVD recycling. “Each year over 30 billion CDs and DVDs are still being manufactured, while millions of unwanted, damaged and obsolete discs end up in landfills and incinerators every month.” States Bruce Bennett, founder of The Compact Disc Recycling Center of America. “It is important for those individuals or companies that use, sell, manufacture or promote compact discs to also responsibly promote how and where to recycle them.”
When compacts discs are placed in the trash, it is harmful to the environment. When discs are recycled properly, it will help stop unnecessary pollution, conserve natural resources, and slow global warming. The plastic used in compact discs can be recycled into other everyday items, including household products, building materials, and auto parts.
In addition to the hundreds of CDs and DVDs Treelady Studios will recycle annually, clients, colleagues, and the community are welcome to add CDs or DVDs to the Treelady recycling collection. A recycling bin will be placed in Treelady’s lobby to receive discs.