Since 1999, BoxQ has been the trusted choice for both businesses and consumers when it comes to recycling outdated or non-performing electronics. In addition, BoxQ has been a long time specialist in the secure destruction of all electronic data and computer recycling.
Recycle Techs is Spokanes largest used computer store. We stock hundreds of refurbished systems, LCD monitors, new and used parts and accessories. If you are looking to upgrade your computer but dont want to spend alot of money then stop by and check us out.
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The CCRP collects used computers and computer parts for refurbishment and recycling. The CCRP has lined up a charitable organisation, to help refurbish computers that are still in working condition and donate them to the needy, and appointed a commercial recycler to dismantle the remaining used computers and recover useful parts and materials.
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We offer professional computer repair at a fraction of the box store prices. We understand how important it is to have your computer repaired quickly and properly the first time.
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Computer equipment contains materials that can be harmful to people and the environment. You can help avoid generating computer waste by not causally or frequently replace your computer. If replacement is necessary, your used computer should be reused and recycled as far as possible. Computers contain components and materials that can be recovered, such as metals and plastics, and some old computers can be repaired and put to second-hand use.
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To reduce the quantity of waste computers and computer accessories disposed of at landfills, the Environmental Protection Department (EPD) launched a pilot recovery programme in January 2003. The programme has been well-received by the public and nearly 150,000 waste computers and computer accessories have been recovered and processed. This pilot programme became the basis for the Computer Recycling Programme, which was launched in January 2008.
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The Computer & Communication Products Recycling Programme (CCRP) is a voluntary . It has been set up and funded by the computer trade to provide a mean for the public to manage their used computer equipment and communication products in an environmentally sound manner. Another goal of the CCRP is to raise public awareness of the need to reduce, re-use and recycle computer and communication products.