Chemistry Text Books - School & Uni

Chemistry Text Books - School & Uni

Posted by Edward Ojak on Mar 20, 2019 6:37 pm

I have a selection of chemistry texts that i'd rather not re-cycle....
Does anybody know of any organisation or charity that might take these and re-deploy them for educational purposes ?

Re: Chemistry Text Books - School & Uni

Posted by Adeifeoluwa Jolaosho on Apr 4, 2019 9:12 pm

You can try selling them or giving them to your school's student body or representative council.
You can also donate them to some charity shops if need be.
Also, just in case I need them, what text books are they?

Re: Chemistry Text Books - School & Uni

Posted by Barry Barnes on Mar 6, 2020 3:17 pm

You could also try donating them to your uni's library. My uni kept a big drop box for book donations. Although I generally didn't rely on getting textbooks from the library, it was always super nice to have them on hand in a pinch. And especially with a subject like chemistry (depending on the level), there's going to be a considerable demand for them. Something to consider. https://newyorkessays.com/examples/global-warming/

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Re: Chemistry Text Books - School & Uni

Posted by Tony Spark on Dec 22, 2021 2:26 am

Public free libraries would gladly accept book donations. 

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