TigerDirect has always been one of the first to offer our customers the latest and greatest technology products, to help you keep up-to-date with faster, smaller, better computing products.
Now, we are able to offer you a way to "trade-in" any of your older computers, notebooks, lcd monitors, digital cameras, & mobile phones and get a TigerDirect Gift Certificate in exchange.
Please do not throw away your older technology products in the trash. Help keep the environment clean and avoid adding any "e-waste" to the landfills across the country. By trading-in your older computer products, you are helping to save the environment and you will get a TigerDirect Gift Certificate to use on a future purchase at TigerDirect.
Click here for more information or to start the trade-in process.
National Cristina Foundation (NCF) provides computer technology and solutions to give people with disabilities, students at risk and economically disadvantaged persons the opportunity, through training, to lead more independent and productive lives.
Every day, across America and around the world, National Cristina Foundation is working to ensure that used computer technology resources that no longer meet an enterprise's or an individual's needs are given a second productive life as a tool for developing human potential.
You have the power to increase the untapped potential of people who have special needs. National Cristina Foundation accepts donations from individuals and corporations alike.
NCF's goal resonates in its public awareness message, "Machines you can write off. People you can't." Join us in helping to realize this goal!
Click here if you would prefer to donate your older computer hardware.
Here are a few more links to help you safely recycle your older computer and consumer electronic products.
Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition (SVTC) - This grassroots coalition engages in research and advocacy to help find solutions to e-waste concerns. SVTC helped found, and works with, the Computer Take Back Campaign. The Computer Take Back Campaign promotes corporate accountability for electronic waste and publishes a list of companies that provide responsible recycling programs for computers and electronics.
Earth 911 - A nonprofit organization with detailed listings of reuse and recycling centers specializing in computers and electronics. By entering your ZIP code on the site you can find your nearest electronics recycling event/location.
myGreenElectronics - Local ewaste collection sites.
MRMrecycling - Local ewaste collection sites.
Electronics TakeBack Coalition - Chart of ewaste laws & pending legislation.