We have discovered a new cool trend within the IT world. Recently more and more people have started to buy used products. This is brilliant because the environment loves it and it reduces the E waste globally.
What can I do to recycle my stuff?
The best thing you can do is to look into the whole market for secondhand PCs and used laptops. Companies like this one has been selling used PCs for a very long time, setting a new standard and trend within the IT businesses. And you’ll find everything from used IBM, Dell, HP etc.
For a number of years we have been a accumulating lots of IT waste, and it’s time that we start taking responsibility for the environment around us. A good place to start is to consider buying secondhand PCs instead of buying a new stuff every time we need a new computer or smart phone.
By doing so not only do we read use the amount of garbage in the household but you can also save a lot of money. Your refurbished computer is sold at half price compared to the new models with the same specifications, which means that you will get the same amount of computing power for lesser money, while thinking about the environment and acting green.
What is the lifetime of a used computer?
Many refurbishing companies sell the used computers with full warranty, and you can also return it, if you happen not to like the model or you think it has to many scratches on the surface. This highly reduces the risk of buying secondhand and there really is no excuse to not think about the environment – especially if you are buying computers for lager company. You can make a big difference.
Even the very big companies like Microsoft has been looking into the secondhand market and the greener as alternatives during the last decade. This is a nice tendence in a market that this most known for its massive waste and pollution in the third world and Asia.