Phone collection process

Telephone Services announces plans to collect old analog telephones

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1:50 p.m., Oct. 22, 2013--University of Delaware Telephone Services has announced a process for the disposal of the old analog telephones recently replaced by new VoIP devices.

Employees are asked not to dispose of old telephone equipment in the trash.

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Rather, Telephone Services requests that units collect all old telephones in one central location. Where multiple departments are co-located in a building, it would be helpful if phones from all departments could be stored in one area.

Over the coming months, Telephone Services will collect the telephones, which will be recycled appropriately depending on their condition.

If a unit or building does not have suitable space to store the telephones until they are collected, contact Telephone Services.

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