Agrowing awareness of the corporate world’s impact on the environment, combined with more governmental rules for dealing with surplus computers and peripherals, makes it a good a time for food-service companies to review policies and practices tied to unwanted hardware. I recently 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 equipment. ...

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