Refurbished Program Frequently Asked Questions What is the PNW Cycled? A: PNW Cycled is a new initiative that will provide cyclists the chance to purchase reconditioned previously used or damaged dropper posts. In addition, riders may trade in their older PNW dropper posts for a credit towards a new post.
Why did PNW Components begin offering PNW Cycled? A: The PNW Cycled program was created as a service project to better assist riders in the Pacific Northwest and to solve the end-of-life process for dropper posts. The approach extends the lifespan of dropper posts while also eliminating potential waste.
Are PNW Cycled and PNW Components the same company? A: Although PNW Cycled is owned and maintained by PNW Components, it maintains its own website to avoid any misunderstanding. All PNW Cycled items are previously installed or utilized PNW Components items.
What items are included in the PNW Cycled Program? A: As part of the Cycled initiative, only PNW Components dropper posts will be accessible at this time. Are there any new goods from PNW Cycled? A: No, all PNW Cycled items have been already installed or utilized. (Note: New PNW Components levers will be made available on the Cycled website, allowing riders to match their Cycled dropper with a new lever if desired.
Each lever is brand-new and will be offered at the same price as on pnwcomponents.com. Where are PNW Cycled’s goods sold? A: At this time, we can only send PNW Cycled items inside North America (USA and Canada). What is an imperfect post? A blemished post is a completely functional post that may have minor visual flaws, such as tiny scratches or dents.
- These tiny flaws DO NOT compromise the product’s integrity or functionality.
- A consumer wishes to return a PNW Cycled dropper post.
- A: Returns are not accepted for PNW Cycled dropper posts.
- They may be traded for various goods.
- If PNW Cycled does not have the proper item for an exchange, the client will get a credit towards a future purchase on pnwcomponents.com.
Customer is responsible for any return shipping costs. What is the value of a trade-in for a dropper post? A: Riders will receive a 20% discount on a new dropper post from PNW Components. This discount applies only to new dropper posts and not to PNW Cycled items.
A rider may submit mail to PNW for servicing and receive the same mail back. A: Yes. PNW is pleased to assist with service, however self-service is recommended for the quickest turnaround. It takes less than 10 minutes to service the PNW cartridge, which is completely sealed. Install and maintenance instructions for all posts are available here – Are PNW Cycled’s items warrantied? A: A one-year guarantee is included with the purchase of a PNW Cycled Dropper Post.
Customers who purchase a PNW Cycled Dropper are aware that the dropper they get may change in appearance from the product image displayed due to blemishes and defects.: Refurbished Program FAQs
What is the meaning of Recycling-codes?
Shares for Recycling-Codes – 9 May 2022 How do you determine which materials are recyclable? On packaging and goods, recycling-codes provide information on the various materials. But what do these numerical symbols actually represent? Utilize our Recycling Code Chart to make recycling a bit easier and to help the environment. Symbol
What is the meaning of recycling to you?
Think about the term recycling. How does it affect you? You may consider reusing something in some capacity. However, there is a transition between the original and current uses. Something occurs that alters the product. What actually occurs in the center? Working together to recycle more and better necessitates a shared understanding of what recycling entails, therefore let’s delve deeper into this topic.
What materials are recyclable in the environment?
According to this concept, bottles and cardboard can be recycled, as expected, but so can electronics, clothes, food leftovers, and even bits of concrete and wood from building and destruction. For example, food scraps and yard trash may be cultivated and turned into compost for farms and gardens.
- And fabric may be made into workclothes and insulation.
- This is why this website contains information about more than just basic packaging and bottles.
- Let’s keep going.
- What is the meaning of “the process of gathering and processing these materials”? Despite the fact that the specifics of recycling might vary depending on the material, there are a few common procedures involved in all types of recycling.
First, we each prepare and deliver our recyclables, such as by cleaning bottles and cans, placing them in trolleys, or transporting them to a drop-off place. Then, personnel collect the recyclables, either by driving trucks throughout the city or by collecting everything from the drop-off facilities.
At some time, certain materials are separated and separated from one another. This may occur at the curb or in a drop-off container, or the entire mixture may be transported to a sorting plant, such as those operated by certain local cities or at Marck Recycling in east Rogers, where humans and machines perform the sorting.
Regardless of the method, plastic bottles belong with plastic bottles, steel cans with steel cans, etc. Next, recyclables must be made suitable for shipment. The sorting facility often prepares the materials in some way, such as by compressing them into thick, stackable blocks called bales (as seen in the figure above).