Recycling of Mobile Phones

By: Cera Paul

Mobile phones are made of toxic metals like Cadmium, lead, nickel, mercury, beryllium, manganese, lithium, zinc, arsenic, and copper which can be dangerous to the environment, if not properly disposed off. Every year millions of mobile phones are sold in the UK. And lots of them are disposed without recycling them. But do you know that recycling your old mobile phone is for environment. There are many carriers and nonprofit organizations that make it easy for you to donate your unwanted handset and accessories, and they will take care of the rest.

Millions of your old mobile phones may be just kept unused just because people are not using mobile phone recycling and donation programs available. Mobile phones that cannot be reused are used for repairing phones which are not working. Older mobile phones that are extremely damaged are sent to material recycling, where materials can be recovered and then put back into productive use.

If you wish to upgrade your phone, then have you ever thought who might get use out of your existing phone. If you are interested in a recycling plan, ask the company that you are purchasing from if they have a mobile phone recycling plan. There are many online websites that buy old mobile phones for recycling. If you have a damaged phone, then check with the company as mobile phone recycling often does not include damaged or broken phones.

By recycling things like mobile phones, computers, glass bottles, computers, etc. we add up to a cleaner environment. If you are having spare mobile handsets, pagers or PDAs, you can recycle them in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.

Just a little web research and you can find a convenient and no cost mobile phone recycling solution.

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