We work with PRC as well and it is nice not to have to go searching
for a way to dispose of things. It also allows us more flexibility to
accept donations and scavenge so to speak since we do not have to be
concerned about disposal.
I just have to keep assuring the maintenance person that yes, they
will be out of the basement soon.
At 12:19 PM 5/28/2009, you wrote:
>Rochester School has been having Print Recovery Concepts pick up all our
>old tech stuff. Once a year, I just make a big pile of monitors,
>computers, TV's, VCR's (any electronic device) and they pick it up and
>it's gone. This year they started charging a very nominal fee of $25 per
>pile. We are part of PRC's Tech Supplies Buying Group. I order all my
>toner from them. Their prices are a bit higher than some, but this
>recycling service more than makes up for the addition cost for their
>From: School Information Technology Discussion
>[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Michael Dickinson
>Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2009 11:04 AM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Recycling of Computers and Monitors
>We have a large number of old CRT Monitors to get rid of. Is there any
>statewide solution to this?
>I have seen some scattered posts on this but just wondering if there is
>statewide or even state supported/subsidized program?
>Michael Dickinson, Director
>Technology & Information Services
>BFA St Albans
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