Computers, phones, and printers. Pretty much anything with a cord, Tech Dump will take it.
“A lot of it our team will disassemble down to the cord, board, plastic, steel, which at that point they’re all commodities,” said Amanda LaGrange, the CEO of Tech Dump, an electronic waste recycling service with three locations in the Twin Cities.
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