A growing awareness of the corporate world's impact on the environment, combined with multiplying governmental rules for dealing with surplus computers and peripherals, makes it a good a time for foodservice companies to review policies and practices tied to unwanted hardware. Irecently was educated about some of the procedures and issues related to disposal by Andrew Lynn of Regency Technologies of Solon, Ohio. Regency is a handler, reconditioner, reseller and recycler of IT ...

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