Hollywood Sets New Trend: Recycle Your Home Theater (LA Style)

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The guys over at HomeTheaterReview.com recenly posted this article about programs that people living in LA can recycle their old technology. California has been on the forefront (at least in the US) of green building and sustaibable practices. Now that its inhabitats are going green, they need to do something with the old, and they’ve got some good solutions, including refurbishing some items for service men and women. Green sells even when money is tight.

Radio Shack Earns New Sales With Green Trade-in Program

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The publication has brought much attention attention to avid technology fans about ways to go green. If you thought sex sells then wait until you see how green sells. Radio Shack will get you a pre-paid shipping label at no cost to the consumer so you can send it back to the company in and they will a) recycle your old AV stuff in exchange for a gift card that will be mailed to you. This article comes from the HomeTheaterReview.com site.

Solutions For Recycling Your Televisions As You “Transition” To A New HDTV

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One of the best reasons to buy a new television today is the fact that old CRT televisions are not very “green.&# My question to you is: will you take the extra time to find a recycling program near you that might take a little more work on your part but helps put millions upon millions of these old, poisonous televisions where they belong and their toxins out of our environment and into storage? Posted by Jerry Del Colliano, publisher of Home Theater Review.

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