Re: R I P Evoting Machines
I bet the department would be concerned about the machines turning up in other places....... how very embarrassing would that be?
Meanwhile, Kurt Kyck, whose company, KMK Metals Recycling Ltd, won the contract to dispose of the 7,500 machines, said he planned to sell 100 of the machines for €100 each, with the proceeds going to the Barretstown Camp in Co Kildare, which works with sick children.
But the department said the machines had to be recycled. It added: "The department would be concerned about the machines turning up in other places. The contract is quite specific about that."
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