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November 28, 2011

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Randyclap

Computer recycling in Tulsa isn't too bad I feel. I think it's nice to have a place to take things. I mean it's not like throwing it in the dump is a better solution.

mobile spy

E-waste exports not only poison the environment and people in developing countries across Asia and Africa, they limit the ability of responsible recyclers to expand our businesses and build our workforce in the U.S.

richard@ computer recycling

I wish the same could be said in the UK. The industry is currently overcapacity and with an economic downturn, undersupplied.

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