E-waste not, want not

E-waste not, want not

There are 6 comments on the Lebanon Daily News story from Apr 17, 2010, titled E-waste not, want not. In it, Lebanon Daily News reports that:

A computer s motherboard sits in a state of disuse, awaiting recycling. In spite of the staggering amount of electronics disposed of each year, Pennsylvania has no legislation in place making e-waste recycling mandatory but that could change soon.

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Harrisburg, PA

#1 Apr 17, 2010
Lebanon County, Please look at Dauphin county program. It's a successful program you should copy!
Mr Know It All

Lebanon, PA

#2 Apr 17, 2010
Ummm Lebanon county has no time for important things ,so i really doubt there gonna do anything. With that said ...there job focus is how to hike taxes on declining housing and hike school taxes. also ...there in need of bigger pockets because there over flowing with the tax payers money ... Soooooo ...Just throw the shit in the middle of the streets ..like the people lebanon attract to come here do ...the welfare check buys them all new stuff ..
fortune cookie

Olyphant, PA

#3 Apr 18, 2010
ACTUALLY, MOST of the pcs, monitors, printers, and other e-scrap ends up in CHINA, sent there by the container load, not unlike USA Copper.

Chinese children pick and burn these part, and wade in Mercury and Lead, under the watchful eyes of their drunk salvage supervisors.

Harrisburg, PA

#4 Apr 18, 2010
The non violent Lebanon county prisoners could help with the recycling efforts! Come on people, let's be creative!. Think outside the box!
Mitch McConnell

Centreville, VA

#5 Apr 18, 2010
Any plan to properly dispose of ejunk would be socialism. Another bailout proposed by the Obama Administration. All right-thinking Lepnin Cawnty Republicans should oppose this.

Lompoc, CA

#6 Apr 19, 2010
Have a 2 minute look online for "Supreme Asset Management Export" - the recycler they are using is a known dumper of material in developing countries - they were fined $200,000 only last year for doing this! GLRA use Cycle Chem because they are cheap, they are cheap because their "recycler" dumps toxic e-waste in developing countries (YOUR e-waste) rather than recycling it in the US.


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