Highlights of the ecoATM consumer survey include:

So my buddies/clients over at ecoATM released an ecoATM survey and released a study about cell phones and device recycling rates. Very interesting ecoATM survey results to make you go, hmmm??!!

  1. Nearly four in ten device owners (39 percent) have at least two cell phones, if not more, collecting dust at home, yet less than half have sold, recycled or given their old smartphones to someone else after using them (49 percent).
  2. Less than half of the device owners would consider recycling old gadgets (46 percent) even though most believe that recycling is good for the environment (86 percent), safe (80 percent), and worth doing (77 percent).

  3. When upgrading a device, 12 percent of device owners would consider throwing their old gadget away in the garbage, and nearly one in three (30 percent) would just store it somewhere in their homes.

  4. Over half of the device owners know recycling unwanted devices in drop-off bins is possible. That’s even inside cell phone provider stores (56 percent) or online trade-in programs (55 percent). All the while, 20 percent know that automated recycling kiosks exist. That said, more than one in 10 (12 percent) incorrectly believe that placing old devices in any recycling bin (such as a curbside bin) could be a viable option.

Finally and for more about ecoATM and one near you go to ecoATM.comTalk about an ecoATM survey

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