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What do you do when you've been undercharging for CRT monitor recycling and are stuck with a huge warehouse of monitors that cannot be processed profitably? How about just abandoning the entire thing and let taxpayers pick up the tab.

That's what happened near Fresno, Ca. when a recycling company discovered that their glass tube monitors weren't worth as much as they thought they were.



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Target Corp. has agreed to pay $22.5 million for its faulty waste-handling practices over a seven-year period to settle a lawsuit filed by the California Attorney General's Office and 19 California district attorneys
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Consumers saddled with old cellphones, TVs and computers are flocking to electronics recycling events, which have sprung up in more than 1,000 communities over the past four years.


But don't be fooled, activists warn. Items collected at free events are sometimes destined for salvage yards in developing nations, where toxins spill into the water, the air and the lungs of laborers paid a few dollars per day to extract materials.


E-waste disposal rates are poised to accelerate i
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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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InformationWeekA recycling article primarily focusing on data security for consumers when disposing of old equipment. PC Disposal is quoted several times.

Consumer interest in safely ditching data has been fueled by a steady stream of reports of personal records found on used equipment. In May, a German maker of disk
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CIO TodayQuote from PC Disposal: "As companies get ready to clean their closets, drive cleansing should be more than just an afterthought," said Kory Bostwick of PC Disposal. "Considering that trade secrets or other sensitive information could be on the drives, the company could be opening itself up for a lawsuit or identity theft if it's not careful."
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ServerWatchArticle on what to do with obsolete servers and the importance of choosing a reputable computer recycling company includes a quote from PC Disposal president.

There comes a time when a servers must be disposed of. The question then becomes what should be done with it? In most cases, it is less expensive and more efficient to leav
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Kansas City Business JournalA great profile story exclusively about Kory Bostwick and PC Disposal.

Companies such as Sprint Corp. and Time Warner pay PCDisposal.com to take old equipment off their hands. The fee seems small compared with fines that can be levied should environmental regulators trace old equipment in a landfill back to a company
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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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ComputerWorldArticle on federal legislation that was introduced to impose a $10 fee on PCs, monitors and laptops to pay for recycling centers. Article also discusses how PCdisposal.com is already providing disposal services for companies.

PCs contain lead, mercury and PVC plastics, which are all hazardous materials. The fee would be used
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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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