Facebook Marketplace would be a good place to start.
Transportation to and from post office is a major challenge for me. FB and and eBay are probably not options for me.
Maybe, when really bored, I'll start taking the tings apart and cannibalize what I can.
I gave all my old electronics to a little neighbor boy and he built some stuff with it. They moved after that so I have not kept up. I wonder what little Elon Musk is up to today?
I'm going to build a time machine and go back to the first microbe that we all evolved from. I will then stomp on it.
If I remember correctly little Elon told me he was going to use my electronics to build a spaceship. That way he could explore new worlds, find their microbes, and then stomp on them before they developed into intelligent life.
Am frustrated. Rhodium is currently selling for over $10,000 an ounce. Rhodium is used in electronics. Yet, recyclers aren't willing to pay me anything. Oh well, I guess I'll keep it all another year. Besides, there's all the parts I can cannibalize; power supplies for one.
Post office will come pick up outgoing mail & packages for free. If you have a scale, so you can get the correct weight, you can buy the postage online.
by Brenda Barnes 7 years ago
Do You Recycle Old Electronics?Yesterday at an office, I saw dozens of keyboards, mice, printers, cables and the like simply tossed into a dumpster. It made me feel ill to know they were going to a landfill instead of being recycled. In addition, nothing was wrong with these items. The office had...
by Robert 5 years ago
Why companies do not want you to recycle your electronics and appliances?They will pay to have your older electronics and appliances destroyed but incorporate chips and restrictive software to keep people from repairing/reusing them. Isn't that anti-recycle (or restrictive reuse)?
by lmarsh1203 8 years ago
What can I do with broken electronics?Like lap tops, music player, phones, etc.
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