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    Disposing of old PC cases only - skippable?

    Just wondering - I know the WEEE etc regarding disposing of whole PCs/monitors/printers etc, but I'm seriously running out of room at the moment... If I strip the mobo/PSU out of cases, effectively leaving them as bare metal, does anyone know if it's OK to just skip the empty shells?

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    If it's bare metal it should be fine. You might find that a scrap metal merchant might actualy pay a small amount of money for them, or your local tip might accept them. Might be worth asking your D&T department what they do with their off cuts.



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