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Written by Daniel   
Tuesday, 06 January 2009 11:28

Hewlett-Packard has decided to offer people in the U.S. free money in exchange for their old tech equipment, the company announced Tuesday.

January 6, 2009 8:53 AM PST

Posted by Candace Lombard

HP has had a recycling program for years in which consumers could determine the value of their old tech equipment and then use that worth to get a credit toward a new HP or Compaq brand product.
This new recycling program does not require people to buy anything to get the money for their old tech equipment, although they are responsible for postage when mailing in the item.

HP calls its new program the HP Consumer Buyback and Planet Partners Recycling Program. The program offers money in exchange for any brand of PC, monitor, printer, digital camera, or smartphone HP determines still has some sort of value. It's part of HP's effort to recycle 2 billion pounds of electronic junk by 2010. As of now, the company has recycled over 1 billion pounds.    [C/Net News....]   [Comments...]
 

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