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Tech Talk Thursday: Recycle Your eWaste

It’s time for another Tech Talk Thursday! Last week we brought you a resource for turning your old electronics into cash in our post Tech Talk Thursday: Trade Your Unwanted Electronics for Cash. We hope you made mountains of moolah and managed to clear the decks of unwanted gizmos. But perhaps you discovered that some of your gadgets no longer have any resale value and the thought of putting them in the landfill gives you eco-anxiety. Don’t fret, we know two companies in the greater Seattle/King County area will make it easy for you to let go of those old things.

Friendly Earth will take your unwanted appliances, electronics, metals, batteries and even machinery like farm equipment and vehicles. Call Friendly Earth at 206-367-4111 or visit their getting started page!

 

Yesterday we told you about InterConnection.org.  They’ll take old computers, TVs, monitors and other peripherals so that they can refurbish them and provide technology to under served communities around the world. They also guarantee that their hard-drive wiping process will destroy any of your lingering data.  Interconnection also provides free business pick up. They also have convievent drop-off locations for personal donations.

If your eWaste has been piling up, give these companies a call today and find out how you can recycle it free of charge. Too busy to do it yourself? Call us! Simply Placed is always happy to help you 206-579-5743.

How do you recycle your eWaste?  We want to hear about it!

If you have ideas for a Tech Talk Thursday topic, please let us know! In the meantime, check back weekly for a new topic and make sure to join in the fun. We look forward to hearing about how you use technology to stay organized in your life.

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