Project puts discarded computers to work in schools

08/17/2009 | Huntsville Times (Ala.), The

A computer-reclamation project in Alabama is benefiting schools while reducing waste in landfills. Project Tree collects computers from businesses, which typically upgrade technology more frequently than schools. The machines are refurbished and outfitted with open-source software by college students, then made available free to school systems.

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