Collective Good: Recycling Cell Phones

By Deane Barker on September 26, 2005

CollectiveGood, cell mobile phone recycling: Do the world a favor, recycle your cell phone.

CollectiveGood is the mobile devices recycling resource. If you have spare mobile phones, pagers or PDAs sitting on a shelf or in a drawer, you can recycle them here in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.

They’ll either piece out the phone and recycle the parts, or use the entire phone:

Our low-cost, refurbished mobile phones are usually used to provide affordable wireless service throughout the Caribbean, Latin America, Eastern Europe and India.

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Comments

  1. Kind day Dear Sir !

    The firm from Moldova addresses to you.Moldova – is a former republic USSR.Now – separate state.Is located between Ukraine and Romania.The population of Moldova – 4 050 000 people .Kishinev – capital of Moldova.The population – 1 050 000 people .

    We are interested in purchase –
    Mobile phones :

    • GSM 900 , 900/1800. Refurbished .

    Make the offers.Let’s cooperate.

    Yours faithfully

    Alexsandr Losiatinskii englishgsm@rambler.ru “ORESTILA-COM ” S.R.L. ADDRESS :

    str. Decebal 99

    MD 2060 KISHINEV.

    MOLDOVA.

    +373 6 9161640 – mobil . tel .

    englishgsm@rambler.ru MSN : uriipetrov@msn.com ICQ : 150 28 50 60

  2. So sorry! I’m not “recycling” my old cell phone so that some bleeping terrorist can rig it to set off a bomb.

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