Disposing of Electronics

Discussion in 'Horn Depot' started by Stuck_At_Work, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. Stuck_At_Work

    Stuck_At_Work 1,000+ Posts

    How should you dispose old electronics? None of it is functional. None of it is computer stuff. Just old crap.
  2. AUinAustin

    AUinAustin 250+ Posts

    I have seen boxes at Office depot that can be used for various electronics. Also there is a place in Georgetown that takes electronics such as tube TV;s. Noether are free however,
  3. alden

    alden 1,000+ Posts

    The UT school of engineering co-sponsored a free recycling day a few weeks ago. I doubt they have another one for a while, but it was definitely an easy way to do it.
  4. bevosayshi

    bevosayshi 250+ Posts

    Building management at my office is sponsoring a recycling drive next week I believe. PM me if you want directions.

  5. wherzwaldo

    wherzwaldo 1,000+ Posts

    Take it to the Goodwill Computer Store off 183 near the ghetto Walmart. If they can't use it, they will properly dispose of it.
  6. TexasEd

    TexasEd 1,000+ Posts

    Where is this Goodwill? East of 35?
  7. MikeUT00

    MikeUT00 Guest

  8. wherzwaldo

    wherzwaldo 1,000+ Posts

  9. ElginHotSausage

    ElginHotSausage 500+ Posts

    This Sat. May 2nd from 9am -3pm, Dell Diamond Round Rock.
    Electronic Waste Recycling Collection Drive
    TVs, computers, monitors, laptops, keyboards, mice
    Over 500 FREE RR Express tickets to be given away to recylcling participants.

    I don't have a link, it was an ad in Sunday's Statesman.
    found link to craigslist posting:The Link

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