Thanks to the introduction of ecoATM to the consumer market, 900 kiosks are available to possibly get cash, donate money or just finally be able to safely recycle that device while shopping. Most of these ATM’s are at malls across the United States. That is a clear signal of the recurring revenue potential companies are now seeing to start growing green and in the black.
Aside from helping increase recycling efforts, the precious gold, silver, platinum and other metals have serious commodity potential for any company raking in old cellphones and devices. That means a secondary life for these electronics and completing the circle for sustainable practices. Productivity and work satisfaction, it’s also the best way to save money, energy, while teaching them to become stewards of the earth.
Does America Care to Recycle?
Of course American’s Care!
In a recent story reported that for America Recycles Day (Nov. 15), the Environmental Industry Associations commissioned the respected research organization Harris Interactive to survey Americans on their attitudes and behaviors when it comes to recycling. The survey data showed that Americans are overwhelmingly positive about recycling; but that we also need to expand recycling in public places.
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