Getting rid of used computer equipment, desktop systems, and monitors is becoming a challenge for most companies. Various plans have surfaced over the last few years and most have gone out of style. There is such a large volume of equipment, especially monitors, that it is getting more difficult to dispose of it. In addition, many municipal trash services are refusing to haul away old equipment because of the cost of proper disposal.
Computer Recycling and Disposal Costs (Aug 2000)
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