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)?
here, faulty electronics and appliances are recycle by removing the inner parts, they want the aluminium to recycle. We are being paid for every weight.
It’s very important to recycle electronics good rather than tossing them in the trash. We can return the electric good to the manufacturer as many manufacturers have recycling programs so you can send your old products straight back to the company.
Ok, the reason I asked this question was to make people aware that companies construct products that are hard to repair or have to be replaced. Many people get mad when they feel
they're getting forced to buy a new printer because the ink for the old unit was too expensive.
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