Recycled Computers to Find New Homes with Seniors, Students

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Greensburg-based CyberCrunch, a data destruction and e-waste recycling company, will donate refurbished laptops to Westmoreland County residents and organizations in need.

Recycled Computers to Find New Homes with Seniors, Students

Greensburg, PA, March 14, 2018 — CyberCrunch, a certified, full-service data destruction and e-waste recycler servicing company is extending their goodwill to Westmoreland County residents. The company which specializes in hard drive destruction, cell phone shredding, and electronic media destruction and recycling for businesses and agencies, will be donating refurbished laptops to seniors and students of Westmoreland County who may be in need of it as part of its laptops for seniors and student initiative.

Laptop recipients, United Way staff and CyberCrunch staff, will gather on Thursday, March 15 at 10 am at the company’s Greensburg facility, located at 1628 Roseytown Road, Unit 9. The morning’s agenda includes:

· 10 am – Meet and greet
· 10:15 am – Warehouse tour
· 10:30 am – Presentation on identity theft security and e-waste recycling
· 10:45 am – Presentation of laptops and pictures

“This is part of our commitment to bettering our communities and societies. We are taking the laptops some deem as no longer fit for use and giving them to the people who need them and will appreciate them,� said Serdar Bankaci, CyberCrunch’s President.

In this present day technological age, thousands of people still have no access to computers or the internet, making them disconnected from the rest of the world. Therefore, the laptops for seniors and students initiative will provide Westmoreland County residents a chance to rejoin the society and move out of obscurities.

As part of their e-waste recycling business, CyberCrunch promotes reuse of refurbished laptops and electronic equipment. CyberCrunch partnered with United Way to find local recipients who may benefit from a refurbished laptop, including seniors on fixed incomes and early education centers with limited budgets.

Increased technology use can benefit both seniors and young students. Seniors can combat isolation and loneliness by making connections through social media and other online communication. Seniors can also access helpful services like transportation, grocery delivery and health tracking with ease. In the early education classroom, computers, laptops, and tablets can provide students with customized, highly interactive learning experiences. Teachers can also use tools to plan lessons, assess student progress and continue their professional development.

With these laptops, seniors and students who receive them will have the opportunity to socialize with families, relatives on social media and develop new interests and improve their learning experience respectively.

About United Way
United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania, serving Allegheny, Westmoreland, Fayette and Southern Armstrong counties, leads and mobilizes the caring power of individuals, the business community and organizations to help local people in need to measurably improve their lives. United Way creates long-lasting change for the betterment of our community. Learn more about United Way’s work in Westmoreland, Fayette and Southern Armstrong Counties at

About Cybercrunch
CyberCrunch is a certified, full-service data destruction and e-waste recycler servicing in the Mid-Atlantic region with its two locations. CyberCrunch provides secure, safe and simple recycling solutions, using a unique process that is landfill-free and completely secure for businesses. Contact for more information.

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Jasmine Petters

Jasmine Petters

Jasmine hails from the city of Nizams, Hyderabad, and is currently pursuing her M.D. from there only. She is an internet wizard and has keen passion in All Things tech. She is a regular Comment contributor for The Daily Telescope and writes a Web column, in which she covers war, sports, and everything in between.