Monday, July 28, 2008

Computer Recycling

As technology grows, we have a growing dependence for using computers. Most people don't even look at their phone book anymore or check a map for directions. More that 31 million PCs are thrown away each year and pile up in our landfills. Some of the environmentally hazardous components that are in the computers are lead, nickel, and cadmium. To minimize our impact on our environment with this type of waste, we should chose PC models that are upgradeable when they become outdated. If that is no longer an option, donate your PC to an asset recovery company that specializes in recycling computers and other IT equipment. If you are in the New Jersey, New York Metro area, check out www.Technore.com. If you have other recycling needs, you can find www.technore.com and others on www.thesupergreenpages.com.

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