Question about HP DeskJet 722c InkJet Printer
What is the proper way to go about throwing away an inkjet printer that no longer works?
Hi, You could either advertise it on an auction site for spares or your local shop.
You could advertise it "Free to collector" as spare only!!
If you didn't want to do either your local rubbish tip as they will take electrical appliances for no charge and if they can they will also recycle.
Here in the UK some charities will take un-wanted electrical appliances and will repair it or use parts to fix something else, they will then sell it on raising money for charity.
Or you could simply break it up and put it in the bin, with other household rubbish.
Hope this has give you a few ideas!!
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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