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Computer Aid survey reveals a fifth of companies do not know if their old computers have ended up in landfill

One in five senior IT managers are unsure whether some of their company's PCs end up in landfill after they dispose of them, according to a survey by charity Computer Aid. The 100 respondents to the...

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