OT [Satlug] Recycle Today!

Michael Rice michael at michaelrice.org
Fri Jan 8 11:40:07 CST 2010


This is not to donate to them, it is for recycling. Please read the link i
posted..

On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 4:02 PM, <dennis at myediscounts.com> wrote:

> 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.
>
> thanks
>
>
> > 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
> >> has
> >> 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.
> >>
> >> Thanks
> >>
> >>
> >> > 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.
> >> is
> >> >> 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
> >> you
> >> >> for a limited time they will take your CRT based equipment at a 2 for
> >> 1
> >> >> deal.  For every 2 computers you bring in, you can bring in 1 CRT
> >> based
> >> >> 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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