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Recycle Your Broken Computer Parts and Towers

Posted on Saturday, May 09 2009 @ 07:07:46 CEST by

Electronics often contain useful materials such as precious metals, glass, and plastics that should be recovered rather than buried in a landfill. Since older computers contain harmful materials like lead, cadmium, mercury, arsenic and PCBs they should be recycled, but how do you go about doing that? Read on at Legit Reviews to find out.
"Looking for a better solution here in St. Louis Missouri I ran across a site called e-cycle St. Louis that lists local recycling centers. The site listed 11 recycling centers in the St. Louis area that are said to accept most items at no charge. A couple of items, such as computer monitors and TVs, may include a $5 fee. This fee is said to be necessary to help cover the safe and appropriate method of breaking down these items for recycling. One of the recycling centers was fairly close to where I live, so recycling is not much more work than throwing something away..."



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