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Wednesday, April 1, 2015 20:22
How do I dispose of old video tapes?
I'm doing some overdue decluttering and trying to get rid of some old video tapes as I no longer have any means of watching them. As they're last century's technology, they obviously have no commercial value and so the charity shops won't want them - and presumably they don't recycle. So, if anyone knows of an environmentally-friendly way of getting rid of them, please let me know.
|Joan M. Tindale
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 21:16
|Hazel - some charity shops do still take them - and some people are still glad to buy them - what is the difference in quality with DVDs - I don't find any. Same with CDs and old vinyl records. We still have a combined video and DVD player and can also transfer home made videos to DVD- they are fantastic to watch now the grandchildren are grown up and some relatives and friends are no longer here -does the SCAD shop in Cross Hills accept videos?
Thursday, April 2, 2015 22:00
|Many thanks for you advice, Joan. Somebody might want some of the videos as, for example, I have both series of the original Poldark and also the complete Sharpe series, so I'll try the SCAD shop in Cross Hills - and, if you think of anywhere else that might take them, please let me know.
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