What Can 22 Million Recycled Phones Do?

If you have any old phones that you want to throw away, you can find drop-off points on Mobile Muster’s website here, or print off reply paid labels and post them in.

Recycling Electronics– More Than Just Phones

There is far more to e waste disposal than just mobile phones. Think of all the printers, computers, TVs and electronic toys that contribute to our e waste management problems. Electronic recycling solutions exist for all of these items too.

Various programs exist for recycling e waste of different types. For example computer and television recycling is covered by a national scheme, and some retailers and council collect batteries for recycling, so be sure to check them out.

Got Lots of Electronic Waste? Talk To Us

Ecocycle offers commercial-scale e waste recovery solutions that ensure the proper recycling of both the valuable and the harmful materials found in e waste. Not only that, we ensure the effective destruction of all electronic data contained on hard drives. Contact us below for further details.

Recycling e waste is everyone’s responsibility. Even if proposed bans on e waste disposal in landfill come into force, it will still be up to each of us to ensure that this type of waste ends up in an appropriate electronic recycling program.


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