disassemble, recycle the recyclables, and throw the toxic parts in a special place for toxic trash.uh, so what do you do with them "when they die," shorty?
Many times I've had an appointment, either medical or with some sort of official body, that involved turning up to the waiting area and taking a numbered ticket from a machine, and waiting for that number to be called.
Enq has a giant phone bank that floods the IRS help-line with simultaneous calls, so no one else can get through. Then they sell the right to take over a mature on-hold call - one that is near to being answered by a human being - to busy tax professionals.
Capitalism at it's finest?!
Also a thing pre covid: https://www.nationalnursesunited.org/press/baystate-franklin-medical-center-nurses-strike-patient-safetyAmerica has a similar problem:
Nurses at Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts, are striking over working conditions and staffing issues.www.nbcnews.com