June 4, 2013 by marceladevivo
With new product launches leading to long lines forming days in advance in front of stores such as Apple and a few others, buying replacement technology is now less about replacing a broken item and more about getting the latest and greatest device.
As each new upgrade is introduced, older counterparts are often tossed aside, even though they still function. However, just because an item doesn’t have the sleekest look or the latest features doesn’t mean that it belongs in the trash can.
There are a number of ways to dispose of old technology, the best of which is recycling the product…