Spring Cleaning? Junk Drawer Overflowing with unwanted or broken Cell Phones, Tablets, Laptops or other Electronics? We've Got you Covered!
Send us your personal electronics
(anything that charges up to the size of a laptop!)
and we will recycle them!
It's easy, just sign out of any devices if possible, then put them in a box
and click here to print a label. We’ll delete all personal information and recycle everything so it stays out of the landfill.
We also accept glasses for the Lions Club Sight Foundation.
In an effort to reduce the carbon footprint that shipping creates,
we ask that you send at least 5 devices at a time.
If you send 10 or more devices - you’ll automatically be entered to win
an Amazon gift card or we’ll donate to a charity of your choice!
Make sure to ask your neighbors or friends if they have any old smartphones lying around collecting dust that you could throw in your box.
We Recycle a wide range of devices, including:
PHONES • LAPTOPS • HEADPHONES • TABLETS • IPADS • E-READERS • CAMERAS • GO PROS • BLUETOOTH SPEAKERS • AIRPODS• EAR BUDS • WATCHES • USB DRIVES • IPODS • MP3 PLAYERS • GPS • WORKING GAME CONSOLES, CONTROLLERS & HEADSETS • ELECTRONIC GADGETS • TWO WAY RADIOS • MICROPHONES • CORDS/CHARGERS • BATTERY PACKS • KEY FOBS • BINOCULARS •
The Cadmium from just one cell phone improperly disposed of can pollute over 1 million gallons of water, which can contaminate surface waters & soil over great distances. Once in soil, it can be extremely dangerous, as the uptake through food that animals & humans are dependent upon for survival increases.
About 25,000 tons of cadmium is released into the environment a year. ¾ of Cadmium is used for batteries.
Hazardous waste sites release cadmium into both air and water. It can severely damage the lungs, bones, central nervous system, immune system, & possibly DNA damage or cancer development & may even cause death.
For more information https://www.lenntech.com/periodic/elements/cd.html
Cell Phone, Tablet and Laptop Recycling, Buyback and Disposal
Your drawer full of old phones and tablets could have a new life, or start a fire.
Instead of adding them to the problem, let us handle it for you.
There are over a BILLION new cellphones sold a year in America alone! Typically, each of those is a replacement, which means those old phones need somewhere to go.
Consumers throw out hundreds of thousands of old phones, tablets and laptops every year.
Planned obsolescence and exciting new upgrades make perfectly good phones and other devices
cycle through hands faster than ever before.
At Green Squared recycling, we encourage users who are tired of their old phones, tablets and laptops to do more than throw them out, filling landfills with hazardous e-waste, instead, give them new life and do something positive with them! Perfectly good devices still have a home among businesses, public organizations, and the people who need them most. Plus, they can put a little extra cash in your pocket!