Remember those days when music CDs were a craze. Everyone just wanted to have one. Slipping a CD into your music system and hear Enrique or even Shaggy songs were what entertainment was all about. But with the emergence of I-Pods and USBs the era of cds and dvds have begun to see the end of its time. It’s true, for a new trend to rise, one must fall, but with the fall also comes a lot of damage, especially to the ever bleeding environment. A study shows that an average of about 30 million cds and dvds are disposed everyday. This should give you a gist of how immense, a garbage, is being created everyday.
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Cds/ dvds are still a rage even today for those select people who believe in the old ways. Purchasing CDs/DVDs for collection purposes is a hobby for some. But remember, collecting original CDs/DVDs are advised and not pirated ones. You’ve got to respect the artists and the music and avoid piracy. For those who wish to burn some classic collections, softwares such as Nero would be the ultimate choice for its convenience, quality and quick delivery. Like I mentioned before, with the introduction of I-Pods and even USBs which provide more storage space, the need of CDs/DVDs is soon vanishing. So what do we need to do?
What to do
How to get rid of these old CDs/DVDs is a question of concern today. Instead of collecting dust on that beautiful wall unit a home, a better option would be to dispose them. How about ‘recycle’? Yes, recycling would be a much smarter yet beneficial option to consider. Recycling does not lead to waste, it just makes use of this waste to produce something of a better value and need in todays world. Why only recycle? You can even sell your old CDs/DVDs online and make a quick buck or two. There are many online sites whose sole purpose of existence is to sell your old junk and maybe even earn some cash in doing so. If your discs are in a proper functional condition and are worth reselling then online selling sites are the place to be.