- Chances are, your business has some sort of method of disposing of its old computers when they are no longer needed. The company might send them to an asset management company, leasing firm, or recycler. It might donate the computers to a charity.
But what does your home look like? Are your closets or basements cluttered with ......Full article >>>
First of all, businesses already are required by law to keep their old electronics with lead, mercury, cadmium, and toxic elements out of landfills. The current discussion of landfill bans will only help to clarify what products must be diverted from the landfill, and require households to follow the same requirements placed on businesses for the past 30 years under the fed......Full article >>>
to offset its own computer recycling costs. Private businesses should be outraged.
The final component of the recent Department of Natural Resources'
policy endorsement relates to how an ongoing computer recycling infrastructure should be financed. First, nearly everyone is in agreement that the taxpayer should not pay for computer disposal, since not......Full article >>>
ectronics recycling? Not in this case.
The business community needs to be more actively involved in drafting the future of electronics recycling in Wisconsin. We cannot leave it to the Department of Natural Resources to develop the new model on its own while we already are required to recycle and act as the taxpayer subsidizing others' free ride for computer disposal.
Businesse......Full article >>>
Source:wistechnology.com By Neil Peters-Michaud 08/01/06Related biology technology :1
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