If you've got a few discarded cell phones lying around, gathering dust in a drawer or desk what to do with those old, Nokias and flip-phones?
If you've got unwanted cell phones to throw away, here are your 3 options:
Sell for cash, donate to charity or recycle as e-waste. (For details, go to www.911cellphonebank.org or call (866) 290-7864.)
No matter how you discard your cell phone remember to DISCONTINUE the cell-phone service first!
The EPA has designated mobile phones as hazardous waste due to their lead, mercury, cadium, and arsenic content. Thus, we are faced with the environmental/health issues that arise, as well as the economic result of wasted resources.
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