Cell phones contain toxic metals that can pollute the environment and threaten human health. When recycled responsibly, the metals can be put back into circulation, decreasing the need for new metal mining.
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We donate our old cell phones to the domestic violence shelter in our city. They get fixed up and programmed for 911 then distributed to those at the shelter. When they are out looking for work, taking kids to school, etc, it is an added measure of saftey. Holly
by Niicks 5 years ago
When should I give my child a cell phone?
by Donna Hilbrandt 2 years ago
Should students be allowed to charge their cell phones in school?Yesterday a student asked if she could plug in her phone in my classroom. I said, "no. I am not sure that is the intention of tax payer dollars." She came back with, "my mom pays those taxes. What if I have an...
by Mark G Weller 6 years ago
What age should children be allowed to have a cell phone?Do you feel there is a specific age, is it based on their level of maturity or should the wait until they can pay for it themselves?
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
What advice can you give about cell phones? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)Whether you’re a fan of them or not, cell phones are probably a part of your life. What plans and phones work best for you? How have you saved money? How do you approach new phone technology and releases? Share your advice and...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 8 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic:Mobile phones
by Catherine Kane 6 years ago
Do you think it's good to always be available to people by cell phone?What are the positive points of non-stop availability? The negative points?
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