Like BB said, send them to the trash. I don't know if this is county, city, or state specific but where I live it's actually illegal to just put the computer stuff in the trash. You have to take it to one of a few designated places and then pay a fee to get rid of any electronic stuff. They recently expanded this to include things like batteries, those greeting cards that play music, the tennis shoes that light up, etc. Might be worth checking into before getting rid of the computer stuff.
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