OnRecycle breaks down the Life Cycle of Mobile Phones

OnRecycle just created an infographic on the life cycle of a mobile phone.

While you read and view this mobile phone infographic, realize the environmental impacts such as the hazardous materials phones contain, and how important it is to recycle them!

As OnRecycle mentions:

OnRecycle provides an easy mobile phone recycling comparison service. It’s so you get the best price when you sell your phone or tablet online. All you need to do is find your device using their search bar. Then you’ll be able to compare prices from a huge range of mobile phone recycling companies in the UK. ALL finding the best place to sell your phone has never been so simple!

Using OnRecycle to sell old phones is a no-brainer. They don’t only compare price, they compare customer ratings. As well as payment methods and payment timescale for each recycler. OnRecycle is a leading phone recycling comparison site. It therefore compares the major mobile recyclers to get you the best deal -Finally,  it takes just seconds to find the perfect place to sell your mobile phone.

Also as I’ve written before:

 Americans’ knowledge of, and interest in, responsible electronics recycling is increasing, there will still be nearly 400 million idle phones in the U.S. at the end of 2014.[1] According to the EPA, the rate at which phones are recycled is less than 20 percent[2]. Companies line ecoATM is committed to increasing the percentage of cell phones, tablets and MP3 players that are recycled by providing Americans with an easy, safe and convenient solution to address the e-waste problem.

Check it out here:

OnRecycle infographic

http://www.onrecycle.co.uk/blog/general/the-life-of-a-mobile-phone-infographic/

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