OT [Satlug] Recycle Today!
dennis at myediscounts.com
dennis at myediscounts.com
Thu Jan 7 16:02:17 CST 2010
The last I heard was that Goodwill doesn't take defective monitors, they
only want the stuff that they can resell. Corona Visions will take
defective monitors and they are certified by BAN (Basel Action Network)
www.ban.org for those wanting additional info.
> You can also take your stuff to Good Will. They have a contract with Dell
> and they will take all your old stuff then Dell gets it from them.
> http://reconnectpartnership.com/ <----- details
> On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 3:36 PM, <dennis at myediscounts.com> wrote:
>> That may be a California law, the problem is that the older equipment
>> to be broken down and disposed of in a manner that is friendly to the
>> environment, and that cost a lot in labor and to get the right people to
>> take the CRT glass, which lead is its primary component. I'll do some
>> more research to find out if that is just a law in California.
>> > On Thursday 07 January 2010 09:05:24 dennis at myediscounts.com wrote:
>> >> For all those out there with left over electronics that you no longer
>> >> need
>> >> or want, it is time to get them recycled today! Corona Visions Inc.
>> >> taking all electronics in at NO CHARGE and will dispose of it in an
>> >> enviromentally friendly way. Corona Visions Inc. will take your CRT
>> >> based
>> >> equipment (Televisions and Monitors) for $0.45 cents per pound, but
>> >> for a limited time they will take your CRT based equipment at a 2 for
>> >> deal. For every 2 computers you bring in, you can bring in 1 CRT
>> >> equipment for recycling at no charge!!! Visit us today at
>> >> www.coronavisions.com or come by at 1907 Shipman Drive, we are just
>> >> across
>> >> IH35 from Splashtown.
>> >> Thanks
>> > Hmmm... interesting. I might have to go there and get rid of old junk.
>> > But I have a question. I thought it is now illegal to charge recycling
>> > fees for CRT TVs and monitors, as those fees are now worked into the
>> > pricing of new digital screens. Maybe I'm just referring a California
>> > state law, but recycle fees for CRTs aught to be extinct.
>> > John C.
>> > --
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