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What to do with Your Old Clunker of a Computer

If your first computer ever, or cell phone for that matter, is just collecting dust in the attic, consider this local option.

Through Digital Bridges' partnership with the Baldwin County Environmental Compliance Office, the Knight Community Innovation Center is a year-round collection point for old and obsolete computers and consumer electronics. 

Digital Bridges accepts these items, at no charge:

Items Accepted at No Charge:
Personal Computers
Laptops
Modems
Floppy/Disk Drives
Printers
UPS Batteries
CD-Roms       
Fax Machines       
Cell Phones
Circuit Boards
Copiers
Phones
PC Power Supplies
Stereos/VCR/CD-Players
Scanners
Keyboards       
Typewriters
Microwaves
Mouse/Mice
Test Equipment
Cabling
PC Monitors
Networking Equipment

They do accept TVs at a $10 charge.

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