This is true it is illegal to dump most IT equipment as it is viewed as toxic-waste, there are companys out there that specialise in this, I know of one at least in tullomore.
Waider <waider at dspsrv.com> wrote:
>> According to Niall O Broin:
> > Well monitors do contain lots of nasty stuff but it's all encapsulated.
> > Compared to thousands of tons of hospital waste getting flung around the
> > garden of Ireland like snuff at a wake, what's a few monitors here or there ?
>> Sure, but that's beside the point. What I thought I dreamed was that there is
> actual legislation, possibly EU-derived, saying "don't dump monitors or TVs or
> other CRT devices".
>> Waider. Me? Topic? Where?
>waider at dspsrv.com / Chances are I'm not at home right now.
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