Recycling Outdated Computer Equipment
It's illegal to dispose of computer equipment with household trash.
Most computer users are unaware of the toxic contents of computer equipment that can cause environmental health risks when stored, landfilled, or incinerated.
All computer equipment have circuit boards which contain materials harmful to our health and the environment.
- Computer monitors contain approximately 4-8 pounds of hazardous lead.
- Circuit boards contain hazardous metals such as lead, chromium, cadmium, and mercury.
- Mercury-containing components like switches and relays are found in some electronic and electrical products.
- PCBs may be found in computer equipment made before the early 1980s.
FREE Electronic Recycling With Pickup.
Non-working & outdated computers, printers, etc.
CRT monitors have a $10.00 fee.
Compgreen-MN: Email: email@example.com Phone: 763-228-3932
Thank you for helping our environment by keeping computer equipment out of our landfills, So we can make this world healthier for everyone. Specially our children for years to come.