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Your spring cleaning might turn up some old electronic gadgets to think twice before pitching them into the garbage.
Don't throw it away it's not good for the environment -- toxins -- electronics like lead and Mercury.
That can Leach into the ground water into your drinking water and into the soil that is not a good thing.
If your -- still work you might be able to sell them on Amazon Craigslist and eBay.
Or in the classified section of the newspaper or on its web -- Or you can make it easy on yourself and go through one of the new services there's something called gazelle dot com you may have seen advertised.
There are other web sites like who's two and Ly NG LYDE.
These are all places that are looking to -- your old electronics if you happy I had that want to get I at.
Various retailers Best Buy is one.
Target Amazon RadioShack all of them have trade and programs and it's just like having a used car.
And then typically you can mail -- and you get a gift card you get a credit healing charitable.
You can donate computers VCRs and other electronics products.
As long as they're in good working condition you can -- -- your local community or you can go through some of those big national charities goodwill.
The Salvation Army they will all take old gadgets and you can find a local drop off area by going to their web -- for products that are no longer usable recycling is the answer.
Sometimes you might even get some money back like Staples we'll give you two dollars.
For every old ink cartridge that you drop off so that's an incentive to get into the store but also to do the right thing but don't share your personal life was strangers when you pass along your electronics.
A race any personal data and make sure your cell phones or data service has been deactivated.
-- or Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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