Computer Recycling

I don’t know about you, but I am a big fan of anything to do with recycling. Today’s post is a site that recycles computers. I haven’t used them (yet), but that doesn’t mean you can’t give it a go and let me know how it worked out.

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4 Responses to “Computer Recycling”


  • I have used Planet Green for recycling and had a good experience with that.

    As you can imagine, an Electronics Design company does go through some compurters and peripherals over time and we also want to minimise our impact on the environment. We can do that a number of ways:
    - design low power electronics for our customers
    - implement water and power reduction within our own engineering design business
    - recycle as much as we can

    Ray Keefe
    Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd
    Casey Business of the Year 2010
    Industrial Electronics Future Award Winner 2011
    Award Winning Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development

  • Remember the terminator movie? Why do we just bury this computer stuff why aren’t we into recycling?

  • Why do we live in a throw away society? Computers will get so powerful that by the year 2070 we will have robots going to war and doing the laundry for us.

  • I haven’t heard about them yet but I have been donating my old computer hardware as well as other metal scraps to a recycling facility near my area that offers a href=http://www.sita.com.au/commercial-solutions/resource-recovery-recyclingwaste management services. They have great service and I don’t feel much stress when I’m disposing my waste because I work together with a team of other volunteers.

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