Toronto, Ontario — August 20, 2014 — Removing mercury switches from end-of-life vehicles is a public service, and itâ€™s time to let the public see you and your team in action.
Summerhill Impact recently announced the launch of two new Switch Out videos. The videos are available in English and French, hosted by Dom Vetere and Trina Lattanzio respectively.
To celebrate the release of the new videos, Switch Out is launching a brand new contest in 2014. From now until November 30, 2014, Switch Out participants are invited to submit video footage of their dismantling team removingautomotive mercury switches from end-of-life vehicles.
Every entry that meets the contest rules will be featured in the Canadian Auto Recyclers e-zine and uploaded to the Switch Out Facebook page. The participant that submits the best video will also win a great prize. Please visit switchout.ca/contest for more details.
The contest is open to any registered Switch Out participant and itâ€™s easy to enter:
â€¢ Use a video camera, portable phone or tablet to film your team removing a mercury-containing convenience light switch or ABS sensor from a vehicle.
â€¢ Edit your footage if needed.
â€¢ Please submit your video in one of the following ways:
a) Upload to a video-sharing site (Youtube, Vimeo, etc.) or your own Website and email a link to email@example.com. Please do not email video files.
b) Mail a CD, DVD or USB flash drive to:
30 Commercial Road, Toronto, ON
All videos must be received by November 30, 2014 to qualify for the grand prize. You can see the original videos featuring Dom Vetere and Trina Lattanzio here.