Dell is launching a new online computer recycling program for small businesses looking to securely curb their unused electronics on the cheap. The program charges $25 per item for up to 10 pieces of computer hardware and promises to thoroughly wipe data in the process. Dell will remove tags and labels from equipment, overwrite …
35.6 million kilograms?
What's that in grapefruit?
So I take your computer off you, charge you for this service then sell your reclaimed product to someone else. Where is the incentive for me to recycle?
Who in thier right mind?
Seriously, is dell aiming to charge small businesses to recycle their used computer crap? anything to make a buck... Michael must be looking for ways to recover some of the coin he lost when his bean counters started stroking the numbers...
since when did you ever walk in to a recycling center, hand the guy a sack of aluminum cans, only to hear, ok mister, that'll be $6.37, are you paying cash or using credit/debit?
the alternative is just to throw the shit in the trash...
Re: 35.6 million kilograms
Dunno about grapefruit, but at 35.6 Gg it is nearly three dozen horses.
More seriously, why didn't anyone quote this figure in tonnes?
Remind me to go looking in your dumpster the next time I feel like going on an identity theft rampage.
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