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Donating Old Cell Phones

From The Wireless Foundation
If you have an old cell phone, recycling it is a smart idea. Many companies offer credit toward new purchases for turning in retired wireless devices, while other programs benefit a wide range of charities. Recycling and reusing old electronics keeps useful materials out of landfills, saves energy, and can benefit your local community and our planet’s environment.

How can I recycle my wireless phone?
There are many programs around the country that recycle wireless devices: wireless carriers & retailers, electronics manufacturers, charitable organizations, and state and local waste authorities all offer ways to donate or recycle cell phones. Go to the Wireless Foundation for a list of ways to mail in or drop off your wireless devices for recycling. Don’t forget to include your old batteries, chargers, and accessories.

Green Wireless Programs

For more information, go to Green Wireless Programs.


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