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Questions to ask potential computer recycling companies

Posted on May 31, 2014 (Editorial)

We are now going to look at what you need to know before hiring a computer disposal company. Specifically, what questions you should ask so that you don't regret your decision down the road. Failure to do at least a little due diligence can result in expensive fines and damage to your brand. What's more, you may need to pay to have the same computers disposed of twice if...


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In 1994, Federal Prison Industries, trade-named UNICOR, started a computer and electronics recycling program in Marianna. Inmates break down and retrieve salvageable computer parts. According to UNICOR's Web site, the products are sold to public and private industries to "save precious resources."


Twenty-six plaintiffs are currently in a federal lawsuit against the prison, claiming ...
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Computer Recycling News: 2000-2005

Posted on January 01, 2006 (Editorial)

Patients sue doctor over old computer
Kansas City Star
July 14, 2005 - Legal fallout continues to rain down on a Leawood plastic surgeon who placed a computer with private patient records in his trash. Two patients of Daniel Bortnick filed a class-action lawsuit against the physician and his practice...


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The Wall Street Journal This Morning radio show

Posted on October 20, 2005 (Editorial)
WSJPC Disposal is featured in this radio discussion about the growing importance and difficulty of proper computer disposal and recycling.


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NewsweekFeature on PC Disposal and other asset disposal companies. Includes photos of our company warehouse and some of our "antique" computers.

Old computers aren't just useless, they don't even have nostalgia value. Which is where PC Disposal of Lenexa, Kansas comes in with an irresistible pitch to businesses upgrading their systems: send us
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Other recycling firms don't want you to see this!
Recycling VideoFind out what happens when 60 Minutes follows one computer recycling company's e-waste from the U.S. to one of the most toxic places on Earth.


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