Glen Gray wrote:
> Anyone got any recommendations for cheaply getting rid of some old
> hardware that's clogging up my spare room wardrobe. P90 and a K6-266,
> both operational. I'd rather not have to pay for the privilege.
Yes, I disposed of (recycled) some recently.
Oddly enough, this being Ireland, and Ireland having one of the /worst/
records in the European Union for recycling... it's rather odd, that our
has recently introduced legislation covering retailers paying for the
recycling costs of your old appliances fridges, TVs and Computers.
Not to leave the die hard 386 owners out in the cold, with no-one to
return their old PC kit to, our benavolent leaders have provided public
There is one at the five lamps in fact. The exact name of the street
escapes me, but, if you drive away from the Liffey, and the five lamps
are directly on your left, there is a motorcycle shop and a large grey
building which is a corporation office of some kind, if you turn
directly right at that building and go down that small street, there is
a government funded bring centre, for Computers, Video machines, TVs and
old batteries, if memory serves.
*Warung* if you drive into the recycle compound you have to pay a fee,
so .. park outside.
"I have to return some video tapes" -- Patrick Bateman
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