Bruenor wrote:When we did our computer refresh a few years back (2014), I contacted Ronald Turner over at CEOGC.org he took pretty much everything I had to dispose of. Several pallets of Laptops, computers, monitors, and printers. I chose a Cleveland organization that refurbs computers and provides them to people who otherwise couldn't afford them. I hate scrapping working hardware if someone else can make use of it.
not sure if Mr. Turner is there any longer, but if so, first initial last name @coegc.org was his email.
Computers Assisting People looks like a similar program
Although you may have issues with the CRT's, CAP's donation page says they no longer accept CRT's, only flat screens.
Freecycle is another option. https://www.freecycle.org/
Best of luck
AlanM wrote:What mercury in the crts?
Due to the presence of lead located in the funnel glass, CRTs marked for disposal are considered hazardous waste under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).
A typical CRT has between 4 and 8 pounds of lead, almost all of which is in the funnel.
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