DALLAS, September 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Re-Teck, a leader in electronic waste recycling, and Great Focus Inc., a subsidiary of Re-Teck, are in the final stages of developing their gaming application that will be used to educate students and parents on the benefits of electronic recycling. Re-Teck has partnered with global game developer Triodoxic Digital Studios to develop a game that will challenge players to collect parts and tools as they advance through the game to recycle electronics and make the planet green again.
Re-Teck has revealed the name of the game, Recycle the Avengers, and the two main characters, Kit and Bin, who will guide the players in the adventure. The game should launch in November 2021. STEM students at RL Turner High School helped develop elements of the game. Re-Teck has partnered with school districts nationwide to use educational simulation as they teach environmental awareness and responsibility. The app will also be promoted to the public through social media and digital marketing campaigns. Click for photos
The importance of educating and sensitizing young consumers of electronics is essential to increase the recycling of electronic waste. When they understand that their phones and tablets can be recycled, reused and reused, they will help improve the environment by properly disposing of these electronic devices rather than placing them in a landfill.
Re-Teck is currently seeking environmentally conscious business sponsors for the gaming application which will allow players to redeem coupons earned while playing the games. Sponsors must have adequate follow-up on social media channels and offer products and services that appeal to consumers aged 9 to 29. Companies that make or sell electronics, national retailers, wireless carriers, sports teams and restaurant chains are industries that Re-Teck is looking to partner with for sponsorships. Interested companies can contact Margaret mckoin, from Re-Teck’s Dallasbased marketing firm at 817.403.0866 or [email protected].
Re-Teck’s global network of 26 wholly owned facilities across 4 continents and over 20 countries partners with industries to reuse, reuse and recycle electronic equipment including laptops, tablets and cellphones, as well as than obsolete cellular network equipment and servers.
Margaret mckoin, The time group