Where computers go to die … A discussion with Jon Dowd.

Where computers go to dieJon Dowd of ComputerDropOff.com joins a discussion of the environmental and health threats of discarded computer equipment.

March 22, 2007 >>> Listen Here

Since 1999, Computer Drop Off  is the local option for recycling and refurbishing used technology.

Visit them at 1200 S. Pacific Hwy, Talent Oregon –  (541) 535-8100

Photo: Woman in Guiyu, China about to smash a cathode ray tube from a computer monitor, to remove the copper yoke at the end of the funnel. The glass is laden with lead but the biggest hazard from this is the inhalation of the highly toxic phosphor dust coating inside. December 2001. Copyright Basel Action Network.

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