Old stuff for third world.

  csqwared 18:52 26 Nov 2006


I've just finished a rebuild/upgrade and have a mobo/CPU/memory, PSU and CD rewriter to dispose of. I would like them to go to a developing country and I know there are people out there that deal with this kind of thing but can't track any down. Any ideas.



  VoG II 18:59 26 Nov 2006

You may find something if you click here

  spuds 19:36 26 Nov 2006

Generally speaking, the people who collect these items usually only cater for bulk supplies due to handling costs.

Contact your local council, they may have a list of collecting points or people that might be interested.

  csqwared 19:15 27 Nov 2006

Thanks to you both for the response. Yes Spuds, that was the problem I was having and where they don't need bulk, they need the who;e PC not parts, however one of the links on the page that VoG™ suggested - "Computer Aid International" sounds promising and they have collection organised from your home address. Still to contact them though. Thanks again for your time.


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