Re: greenyes-d Digest V99 #193

Blair Pollock (
Fri, 25 Jun 1999 11:07:38 -0400

This is a reply to Vince Galli regarding the television. The way that stuff
works in our area is that when some one puts something of some value or
perceived value at the curb, it goes away. Mr. Galli may want to put a note
on it that tells them it's not easily repairable or he may not want to risk
that the person who hauls it off will then improperly dispose of it himself.

>----- Original Message -----
>From: Vince Galli <>
>To: <>
>Sent: Thursday, June 24, 1999 12:43 PM
>Subject: Recycling televisions
>Hi folks.
>I live in the Los Angeles area and I have a television that I need to
>get rid of. Any chance you could direct me to somebody who could tell
>me how to do this in a non-toxic manner?
>There's actually only one thing wrong with the television, but it would
>cost about $125 to fix, and it's over 10 years old, so the chance of
>anyone wanting it is remote. Oherwise I'd just give it to someone.
>Thanks for whatever help you can provide.
>Vince Galli
>End of greenyes-d Digest V99 Issue #193
Blair Pollock
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