The Waugh Elementary School District in Petaluma, Calif., has been able to purchase new technology by recycling its old devices, according to Diana Utroske, the district's technology specialist. In this blog post, she writes that the district has raised more than $25,000 since 2002 by using FundingFactory's recycling program. During one year, she writes, the program helped her schools purchase color printers, a digital camera, plus ink and toner cartridges.
How one Calif. district uses old technology to buy new devices
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