Recycling

Do You Know What to Do with Your Old Electronics?



Whether you have the latest iPhone or an older smartphone model, the sad truth is that it can still get damaged or, worse, broken. And while equipping your device with a robust iPhone 7 case or an iPhone 7 Plus case can definitely lower the odds of this happening, there's still a chance for you to drop your phone and end up with it getting broken. Before you rush out to buy a new one, however, think about what you can do with your handset in this situation, that is, don't just throw it away immediately.

Did you know that resources from your old phone can be reused in the production of your new one? It's true - there’s plenty of people who would love to take your electronics off your hands once you’re done using them and extract the reusable material. Sadly, most gadget users don't recycle their electronics, mainly because they don't know where to take them. Here at MyTrendyPhone we are aware of the fact that we are part of this huge problem, which is why we believe we also need to be part of the solution.

We hope you’ll read through our guide and that it will encourage you to start recycling your old and worn-out electronics.

 

Recycling guide

 

Sources:
https://news.samsung.com/global/samsung-south-africa-embarks-on-e-waste-recycling-program
http://www.ksewaste.org/ewaste_why.htm
https://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elektronikaffald
http://www.allgreenrecycling.com/ewaste-recycling-calculator/
http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2010/jan/04/regulations-battery-disposal
http://dk.tier1asset.com/472/effekten-af-den-store-m%C3%A6ngde-elektronikaffald

   
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