Save money with truly Sustainable Computing
Created 10/12/2007 7:26:48 AM 
PCs equipment consume $8 billion in electricity costs each year in the US. The price is even greater when you factor in carbon emissions caused by this power use. They also contain significant amounts of lead and since the average lifespan of a PC is just three years the toxic effects of disposal are quite high. How can we save energy, money, and the planet with our next PC purchase?
Get rich recycling somebody else's stuff
Created 9/28/2007 7:26:44 AM 
We all know by now the importance of recycling. But what if you have A LOT of stuff to dispose off and do not have enough time or resources? Why don't let somebody else do the disposal for you and even earn some money on the process? Check this company's approach to dispose of other people's high tech equipment.
Recycle your Rabbit
Created 8/29/2007 7:27:31 AM 
As you probably know, all electrical equipment should be disposed of at an appropriate waste collection centre, which is fine if your throw-out is a toaster, a cooker or a hairdryer. But not so good if what you're taking to the bin is a collection of vibrators.
Sell your junk computer for big cash
Created 6/12/2007 4:05:37 PM 
Everything is happening so fast. Computers that are only 20 years old are completely outmoded, and even today PCs that are only five years old are considered outdated. Somewhere in a junk heap near you lies the neglected, yellowed carcass of a computer once loved and admired. And while you may not want to admit it, your brand-new zillion-gigahertz whiz-bang tower of power likely will be covered in a blanket of dust in a few years, too.
Recycle ink cartridges and turn Trash into Cash
Created 5/30/2007 2:56:49 PM 
By throwing your used empty ink cartridges away you are wasting money, which could be going to good causes. Recycling Ink Jet cartridges can save us tax dollars. It makes sense and it is the right thing to do for our environment reducing the amount of trash in land fills. Send them back and get money for them as well.
LaserMonk: Faith, and a value proposition
Created 3/23/2007 11:09:58 AM 
You wouldn’t think a monastery deep in the western woods of Wisconsin would be involved with re-manufactured laser printer cartridges, but there they are, a multimillion dollar business, up to their necks in profits.


Help Us continue providing you with
great FREE Resources

Blog Categories:
Alternative Energy
Business & Investments
Glass, metal, rubber, etc.
Green Design
Junk Art
Renewable Resources
Reuse old stuff
Save the World

Blog Archives:
May 2018
April 2018
March 2018
February 2018
January 2018
December 2017
November 2017
October 2017
September 2017
August 2017
July 2017
June 2017
May 2017

Previous Page  1 2 3

Privacy policy | Terms of use | Bookmark Us
Copyright 2010.
Design Credits