READING, Pa. - Albright College is parting with some old computers, but they won't be going to waste.
The college is donating 30 Dell computers to the Reading School District. The computers will be used by students at Lauer's Park and 13th and Union elementary schools.
"At Albright, we're on a four year computer recycling plan. So, our computers never get older than four years, and in touring Lauer's Park, we noticed they have units that are much older than that," said Chris Boehm, director of admissions, Albright College.
The computers were cleaned before they were donated, so there's no security risk.
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