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Nice motivation to force people to recyle. looks like the states with these bins are going to gain money if people recyle or dont recyle.....be cool if states gave some of that money to people who recyled
If you want the money yourself, don't put the recyclables out. Take them down to the local recyle center.
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I like the idea :-)
It will get people recycling.
And it's good they don't just automatically fine you and assume you're not recylcing. They check your garbage to make sure you don't have recyclables.
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If they want people to recycle, then make it easier and ALLOW people to recycle!
When you want to get rid of outdated computers, they actually charge you, then they still make money on it! Thats not right!
That is why it is easier to just put them on the curb and let others deal with it.
There are plenty of places that will take old computers and computer parts for free.
Most places that specialize in IT training are happy to get that stuff to help teach students and show differnt types of parts, and then they will build computers from parts bins, set up small networks and things like that.
I was at radio shack today buying some zip ties and a guy came in to recycle his old laptop, they only really accept battery for recycling. But the cashier was nice and took the laptop and threw it in the back room :D lol.
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