Tag Archives: electronics

Rethinking Recycling

Image by John(ny) D via Flickr No, not in general. We still encourage everyone to recycle, reuse, reduce and, especially at this time of year, regift. What we do have to rethink is our offer to recycle our customer’s printers, … Continue reading

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Upcoming e-waste recycling events

Image by PKMousie via Flickr Our friends at Recycle San Diego are continuing to host e-waste recycling events. FREE eWASTE DROP OFF EVENT – SAN DIEGO Saturday, December 5, 2009 10am-2pm Recycle San Diego Parking Lot 8222 Ronson Road, San … Continue reading

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Keep it clean

Image by mskogly via Flickr The number one cause of premature death in electronic devices is heat. The primary cause of heat is poor ventilation, a lack of airflow over the electronic circuitry. Lack of proper airflow is usually caused … Continue reading

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Recycle your unwanted electronics

Image via Wikipedia Recycle San Diego is accepting electronics for recycling over the next two weekends. FREE eWASTE DROP OFF EVENT – SAN DIEGO Saturday, May 2, 2009 10am-1pm Recycle San Diego Parking Lot 8222 Ronson Road, San Diego, CA … Continue reading

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HP offering money for old tech equipment

Subtracting the cost of postage from the amount they’re offering, I don’t think this amounts to much of an incentive. But since recycling needs all the incentives people can offer, I’m not going to discourage anyone from considering getting rid … Continue reading

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PC Club – Electronic waste recycling day

Tomorrow, April 22nd, is Earth Day.  In celebration, the San Diego PC Clubs are hosting an electronics recycling drive.  Take any unwanted electronics (TVs, computers, printers, etc.) to your local store between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.  You can read … Continue reading

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