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It's Almost Earth Day: How To Properly Throw Out Old Technology

With Earth Day fast-approaching, it's important for everyone in the technology space to stop and think about how the technology they dispose of impacts the environment. Unfortunately, many people think that advanced technology equipment can be...

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With Earth Day fast-approaching, it's important for everyone in the technology space to stop and think about how the technology they dispose of impacts the environment. Unfortunately, many people think that advanced technology equipment can be thrown away or recycled just like any other piece of garbage; however, this isn’t the case. Company technology contains a significant amount of sensitive information that could be used dangerously if it were to fall in the wrong hands. This technology is also made with unique metals that could negatively impact the environment if exposed. With the Earth in mind, how should your company properly throw out old technology?

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Ged Rid of Old Technology Once and for All

Go Green for St. Patrick’s Day! Uncertainty / Awareness The average person doesn’t know what to do with old technology. Can I just throw this desktop out? What about this monitor? Cell phones? That’s the reason every business has a room with...

Go Green for St. Patrick’s Day!

Uncertainty / Awareness

The average person doesn’t know what to do with old technology. Can I just throw this desktop out? What about this monitor? Cell phones? That’s the reason every business has a room with ancient PCs and other equipment. You know the one, where there’s a box of Blackberrys from the 90s on the shelf, and CRT monitors stacked in the corner. You can’t just throw this stuff out. CRT monitors contain lead and batteries that will breakdown and leak toxins into the earth. That’s terrible for the environment! Not to mention that in some states it’s also against the law. For example, in Illinois a law went into effect in Jan 2012 that actually makes throwing out electronics illegal, as a part of the Recycling and Reuse Act.

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