How to Manage and Dispose of Unused Oxygen Concentrator Parts

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**Handling Used Oxygen Concentrator Parts**

When replacing parts like columns and batteries, consider recycling them properly. Store used parts in plastic bags until you can take them to a local e-waste or recycling facility.

**Managing an Unneeded Oxygen Concentrator**

For an oxygen concentrator you no longer need, store it properly for future use. Veterinary clinics and fire stations may find it useful for animals.

**Donating an Oxygen Concentrator**

Ensure your concentrator is in working condition before donating. Local hospitals, community medical centers, and nursing homes might accept donations. Organizations like Medshare, Project C.U.R.E., and Med-Eq accept medical equipment donations and may provide tax-deductible receipts.

**Buying New Parts or a New Oxygen Concentrator**

Medical equipment specialists offer parts, accessories, and new oxygen concentrators suitable for home or portable use. Click Here



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