12.06.2011 10.Siwan, 5771
Eco Tech adds social value by providing PCs to families in need, reducing toxic waste.
For Didi Silberman, rescuing three-and four-year-old computers from meeting their deaths in landfills not only benefits the environment, but also provides work for at-risk teens and functional machines for needy families.
Silberman heads Eco Tech, a branch of the NGO Machshava Tova, which on Thursday received a NIS 1.4 million grant from Bezeq and the National Insurance Institute’s Children and Teenagers At-Risk Fund.
Eco Tech was founded two years go, to “narrow societal gaps in Israel through technology.”…