Did not want to get lost in printer thread so I looked up on line:
There are some restrictions and prices. I mentioned that I had dropped
off three CRT TV's less than 32 inches in the last few years and was not
charged. There are differences in policy depending on state you live in.
Also note that they will give a 15% discount on new HP printers if you
drop off any old printer.
On Thursday, October 6, 2016 at 9:47:42 AM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It's the thread in which some idiot (you) posted:
"Most people buy a inkjet printer, use it till the ink runs out, finds
that the ink costs as much as another printer, and they toss the printer
in the garbage and buy a new one."
On Thursday, October 6, 2016 at 9:10:05 AM UTC-4, Frank wrote:
Thank you for that link. The privately owned recycling center that I have
used for years recently stopped taking electronics.
BTW, be wary of the "Find a Recycling Location with RecycleNation" link
on the Best Buy recycling page. The results are inconsistent, even for
the same search criteria. Sometimes I got hits for Best Buys as far as
90 miles away, sometimes it didn't show the Best Buys that are 9 & 13
miles from the same zip code.
The websites for the individual stores say:
We offer electronics recycling at this and all other U.S. stores."
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