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Free -19" Monitor

Discussion in 'For Sale and Lost & Found' started by cmbm, Apr 29, 2007.

  1. cmbm

    cmbm New Member

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    I have a 19" monitor (not flat screen) that is free. I just would hate to add it to the land fill. PM me if you want it.
     
  2. KTdid

    KTdid Well-Known Member

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    Please do not trash it...instead, wait for the next electronics collection and dispose of it that way, that is, if no one wants it.
     
  3. cmbm

    cmbm New Member

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    What is an electronics collection? I know most of the charities that come around won't take it and it is taking up space.
     
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    Those monitors have bad pollutants and contaminants in them...don't put it in the dump. Occasionally Loudoun County has a collection during the year where you can bring all your old electronics so they can dispose of them properly...
     
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    Or you could try the Cristina Foundation (www.cristina.org). The website says that "donation placements take approximately two weeks", so if time is an issue for you... I have donated to them before, and I'd do so again.
     
  6. cmbm

    cmbm New Member

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    Taken by someone on freecycle, so it has been saved from the landfill!
     

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