Oh what to do with those old computers, tv's, microwaves, that just clutter your basement. Throw it out? Hmmm.... doesn't seem e-friendly to me. I think many Canadians tend to recycle as much as possible, hence the 4 section rubbish bins at each street corner in Toronto and surrounding areas. We're quite good at it, but nobody I ask knows what I should do with my 2 old PCs sitting in my basement, as well as my old printer, 2 computer monitors, old microwave, 1991 Kenwood stereo system with the cd tray that doesn't work anymore, 1992 Kenwood mini-stereo, old ugly lamp that still works, old computer accessories, etc. It just sits in my parent's basement, collecting dust and taking up space. Should I give it away to groups/people of various sorts, or are there usually programs that take care of stuff like this? Two of my friend's parents told me to just leave it on the curb and see who picks it up. That's what they did with their old microwave and couch, and it seemed to work. I want to be as environmentally as possible, so what are the options beside throwing it all into the bin?