Recycle Your Computer at PC Pitstop Today

Recycle Your Computer at PC Pitstop Today

E-Waste and Recycling With awareness about the environmental impacts of sending electronic waste (e-waste) to landfill increasing, many households and businesses are keen to dispose of their unwanted electronic equipment in a responsible way. Computers and other e-waste contain non-renewable resources such as tin, nickel, zinc aluminium and copper, as well as hazardous materials such…

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Time's Top 20 Green Tech Ideas

Time's Top 20 Green Tech Ideas

Despite Setbacks, Moving Forward in Clean Tech By Bryan WalshMonday, Dec. 06, 2010   eSolar   When environmental history is written, 2010 could be seen a disaster for the clean technology industry. The year dawned just after the disappointment that was December’s U.N. global warming summit in Copenhagen, where the nations of the world failed…

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Why Recycle Your IT?

CRT SCREENS: Most older computer monitors are CRT monitors, short for cathode ray tubes. These bulky monitors contain several important components inside the monitor required for operation, but these same vital components sometimes contain hazardous and toxic chemicals and substances. Most contain lead, which can seep into the soil and groundwater if the CRT monitor…

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WINNER - Greater Port Macquarie Business Awards 2010 - Environmentally Sustainable Business Practices

WINNER - Greater Port Macquarie Business Awards 2010 - Environmentally Sustainable Business Practices

PC Pitstop is always proud to be a part of the Greater Port Macquarie Business Awards and thanks the local community for nominating us each and every year. This year’s gala dinner was held at Port Macquarie Panthers on Friday the 3rd of September and attended by over 1000 local business representatives. The night was…

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