Old-fashioned computers and other electronic devices are effective and suitable second handed raw materials if they are correctly treated as possible raw materials. Obsolete electronic devices are source of carcinogens and toxins. The fast phase of modern technology advancement resulted in increase in the number of surplus electronic devices and computers in different parts of the world. There are several technical solutions that you can have in order to solve increase in the number of surplus computers but if you will consider the legal frameworks, you need to acknowledge logistics, service and collection system suitability before getting technical solutions.
It is essential that people consider availing services such as corporate computer recycling because based from the survey conducted by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, 30 to 40 million obsolete personal computers and other electronic devices are considered as harmful household waste.