• It used to be that if a thing was faulty, it would be thoroughly checked, and if nothing found wrong with it, they would recycle the parts of it. That all got to be a bad head on it, so they stopped, and now they give to employees or trash it.
  • That would largely depend on the 'faulty good', and whether or not its safe to dump or recycle.

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