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May 05, 2008


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It is very important to know how we can save and take care our computers. Well, it's not practical to buy a new one every time you experiencing some problem with your computer. So it's good to have knowledge on how We can recycle our old computer and monitor.


The article is true, I found the article in http://computer-scienceworld.blogspot.com is good. We take a look at it! !

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We are also understand the severity of this problem and are doing our part to help. Our mission is to divert as much electronic waste materials from landfills and dumps by offering free and environmentally sound e-waste recycling alternatives for the public. PTRecycle is a "GREEN" electronic waste management company that recycles all materials in accordance to government-regulated standards. All the materials we process are logged and tracked starting from the collection point to the end-of-life process. This procedure allows us to ensure that no materials we collect are exported out of California illegally or dumped into other unregulated waste streams. For more information on how you can help the environment, please visit http://www.ptrecycle.com

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The cheapest rates are always the hardest to resist. But we should be smart enough not to fall in the trap.


This is a great idea, however I have recently seen a programme about how the information on the computers can be used in a currupt way, I am sure this isant the case with most organizations that recycle computers but would the be a risk, and could there be ways to safe gueard against this activity.

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