Today see’s the release of the new Apple iPad across the UK. Many people have been queing for over 4 days (in some cases reports have seen poeple queue for as long as 5 days).
So if you have ordered or bought the new iPad 3 today, and want to know what to do with your iPad 2, then TheSun.co.uk tell you how you can recycle in your old iPad 2 with the aim of getting as much cashback as possible to put towards an iPad 3.… Read the rest
It seems that many people are finally starting to realise the benefit of mobile phone recycling. In recent months, more and more individuals are taking the initiative to use mobile phone recycling. Some children of schools have been gathering mobile phones for recycling. They are choosing to gather the phones and do the recycling through a chosen centre or online. … Read the rest
Recycling mobile phones is important to everyone, not just the individual person. In fact, it is better for all individuals to consider every mobile device they use whether it is for work or personal use. What really happens to your work mobile phone if it is broken? Do you just get a replacement and toss the old one? … Read the rest
There has been a suggestion that mobile phones should carry a deposit similar to bottles. In Germany, a few experts feel that if a mobile phone has a ‘bottle’ deposit people may be more inclined to recycle them at the point when they purchase a new mobile phone.
The suggestion is apt for getting more interest in turning in old mobile phones, but there are some definite advantages to how mobile phone recycling works right now.… Read the rest
A recent survey was started to examine just how many mobile phones may be in the drawers of homes or worse been taken to landfills already. In Norway, it was discovered at least eight million old mobile phones have not been recycled. Though the study is about Norway, it does bring home the worry to the UK.… Read the rest