2019

About Me
Why Do We Recycle?

Hello, my name’s Mark Lindon. I have to admit that I wasn't always the “greenest” person. I was even known to take a risk and litter once in awhile. However, I started to study the effects of waste on our environment and energy, and I was appalled. I found myself reading and absorbing as much information as I could on the subject. Where I live, recycling isn't a requirement. This makes me mad; it should be a requirement everywhere! I sat my wife and three children down and talked about the importance of recycling. I explained that if we spread the word, we would make a difference in the world. My kids were particularly excited about this concept. Along with their friends, they started encouraging people to have separate bins for their recycle goods. I’m going to share more about this for you.

Nonprofits May Find Getting Involved With Computer Recycling Becomes Profitable

3 April 2019
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Even the most awesome of desktop or laptop reaches an expiration date. The motherboard may burn out, or the battery sensor dies. No matter the reason, the device is no longer usable in the office. Nonprofits and charities probably rue upgrading to new computers. Buying a new model means spending money while already cash strapped. Recycling an old computer for money could do more than bring in some extra dollars. A not-for-profit entity could create a public relations/fundraising campaign around steps to recycle computers. Read More …