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Recent studies have determined that computers contain hazardous materials that can become a problem after they are disposed of. Recycling or reusing an old computer is your best choice. There are two other manufacturer programs (Dell and Gateway) that are listed in the Reuse Business Directory.


Disposal Options

4th Dimension Computers
Accepts working monitors free of charge.

Phone: (360) 357-5169
service@4dcomputers.com
http://4dcomputers.com/cgi-bin/start.cgi?type=javascript

Hewlett-Packard Recycling Program
Accepts all computer hardware and HP laserjet or inkjet cartriges for recycling.

Phone:

http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/globalcitizenship/environment/recycle/index.html

Techline
Will accept working and nonworking computers, monitors and equipment.

Phone: (360) 533-0343

http://www.techline.com

Thunderbird Computer Services
Accepts working and nonworking monitors for $5.

Phone: (360) 413-7105