Manukau Courier : March 4th 2011
6 MANUKAU COURIER, MARCH 4, 2011 NEWS DEALS EXCLUSIVE TO RONWOOD AVE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY LOADS MORE DEALS IN-STORE NOW! Offers available from Saturday 5 March 2011 to Sunday 6 March 2011 or while stocks last. Conditions apply, see instore for detai quantities only. It is a condition that the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 will not apply to any goods and services acquired for business purposes. ^Credit terms are available provided Finance Now credit criteria is met. No deposit, 48 months interest free on all purchases $1498 and over. A $50 booking fee and $2.75 monthly service fee is applicable to all agreements. If the contract is paid off in the 48 month interest free period, you pay only the amount borrowed, booking fee and monthly service fee. Amounts outstanding past the 48 month interest free period will bear our finance company's standard interest rate. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other finance deal and is only available at Dick Smith until 06/03/2011. 4662_380x153 Offers only available at Manukau: 5 Ronwood Avenue, Manukau, Auckland Phone: (09) 262 3880 Hours: Sat 5 Mar: 8.30am-6.00pm. Sun 6 Mar: 8.30am-6.00pm. We're doing deals Presario All-In-One Desktop CQ1-1011AN XC8827 Elements 1TB Desk Hard Drive XH1210 E1070 Mobi Galaxy 7" Android Tablet E6573 LIMITED STOCK LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER when you spend $1498 and over^ 5¢ Offer only available on 6" x 4" photo prints LIMIT 100 PRINTS PER CUSTOMER PHOTO PRINTS 48 MONTHS INTEREST FREE $499 SAVE $200 1.66GHz Processor 1GB RAM 160GB HDD 18.5" DISPLAY HOT PRICE $98 UNBELIEVABLE! $35 HOT PRICE $999 AC POWERED COLOUR DISPLAY 40 POLYPHONIC RINGTONES SPEAKERPHONE 3MP CAMERA 7" TOUCHSCREEN GPS ANDROID 2.2 BLUETOOTH TRIBAND 3G NEW or Recycle whiteware There s an afterlife for old fridges, ovens and washing machines and it doesn t involve the landfill. Fisher & Paykel Appliances is hold- ing its annual recycling day tomorrow. People can drop off any brand of whiteware for free recycling. Recycling manager George Gray says the company expects to receive hundreds of appliances at its plants in East Tamaki and Wellington with the potential to save more than 40 tonnes of material from landfill. Typically the recycling day generates a tremendous response from the public with anywhere up to 800 appliances dropped off to these two premises. We encourage anyone with an appliance that is at the end of its household use to bring it in. Recycling appliances is easy, free and ensures the best possible environ- mental outcome, Mr Gray says. Anything that can be stripped and recycled from an appliance, like its plastic, metal and wires, is removed and broken down to its original form. We then send it around the world to be reused in an array of new items. About 75 percent of a fridge can be recycled. Hazardous gases, such as those contained safely in refrigerator units during their natural shelf life, are captured in this process and burned off responsibly, without damaging the atmosphere. Fisher & Paykel has recycled about 325,000 appliances, saving around 20,000 tonnes from landfill, since it started the recycling days 17 years ago. The East Tamaki recycling depot handles around 6000 appliances each year, saving nearly 2000 tonnes of material from landfill. Tomorrow s recycling day runs from 8am to 2pm at Fisher & Paykel Recycling, 14 Allen s Rd, East Tamaki. Any brand of whiteware will be accepted free of charge, including fridges, freezers, washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, ovens, cooktops, rangehoods, waste disposal units and microwaves. The depot won t be accepting televisions, stereos, cellphones, com- puters or furniture. In the wake of the earthquake in Christchurch, the company plans to hold a special recycling day for the Canterbury region in coming months.
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