What schools should know about recycling unused computers

06/11/2014 | District Administration magazine online

Storage rooms in some schools resemble computer graveyards, with outdated desktop computers going unused in favor of mobile devices and laptops, according to this article. Jim Lynch, director of green technology at nonprofit TechSoup Global, says recycling is the best way to dispose of unused computers. In this article, he calls for school technology leaders to learn more about recycling and resale policies.

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