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EE the latest member to join CompareMyMobile.com

Another top network in UK for mobile phones has joined the comparison site that recycles gadgets CompareMyMobile.com. EE has also announced the launch of its gadget trading online service. It is the Recycle and Reward scheme, which facilitates the trade-in of devices ranging from tablet computers to mobile phones. Customers can compare the prices for devices currently on the market.

Customers were relieved to know

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Recycling banks for small electrical items start to appear across Bradford

New recycling banks that allow people to drop off small electrical items that no longer work have been placed at Burley and Menston. They are just several of the new collection banks that are being launched across Bradford Council area after a trial project was deemed successful.

The local banks are located at the Queen’s Hall community centre car park on Main Street in Burley

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Repic dispose of electricals responsibly and save the landfills

Repic is the largest producer compliance recycling scheme that operates on a not-for-profit basis in the UK. It is estimated that during a two-day event which they held in Peterborough, they collected over a ton of electrical equipment that was going to be put into landfill otherwise. The event was hosted to encourage people to dispose of their unwanted electricals in a responsible way, and

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Broken iPhone, What are your Options?

Sadly, no matter how much you spend on any sort of gadget, it will more than likely break at some point in the future. It’s not something that any of us wants to think about, especially when you’ve spent a decent amount of money on the iPhone. However, it’s important that you remember that just because an iPhone might be broken, it doesn’t exactly mean

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Mobile phone refurbishment is also recycling

Recycling mobile phones has become a relatively common practice and it is conducted because even used mobile phones have useful parts inside them. If these are not recycled properly they can become a threat to the health of people and can cause damage to the environment. People are strongly discouraged from throwing their mobile phones in the bin and are urged to recycle their mobile

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Brussels says use less, and use it again

The word ‘green’ has taken on a new and much wider meaning with the ever-increasing use of ever-decreasing natural resources. Recycling is no longer a polite suggestion; it has become a requirement if we expect to continue with the lifestyle we’ve become accustomed to, at least in the ‘developed’ world.

In May this year at the EU Green Week Conference in Brussels, the call to

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New environmentally friendly phones

Recycled plastics and reductions in packaging and manufacturing solvents make handsets more environmentally friendly, says a leading manufacturer of mobile phones.

Mobile phone company Sony Ericsson will unveil two “green” handsets tomorrow with a carbon footprint 15% lower than current models. By cutting packaging, using recycled plastics and reducing the use of solvents in the paints, the electronics company claims to have made the handsets

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New phone recycling system in place

A noted United Kingdom online mobile phone recycling company, Mobilephonerecycling.com, has recently started a faster and more efficient recycling service for the consumer. The service will not only provide the seller with some extra cash but will help the environment by limiting the number of discarded phones.

The company maintain they will settle your account by providing your cash within a week, and the seller

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Mobile phone recycling

The estimate is that every 12 to 18 months mobile phones are replaced or upgraded in the UK for a better model regardless if the previous model was working fine or not. The old versions then get tossed in the bin and most likely end up in one of the many landfills around Britain. Recent research has suggested that the phones will break down to

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Money for Christmas, mobile phone recycling

If you need some extra spending money for Christmas, you might want to consider recycling your old mobile phone. A recent study reveals that the average UK household has over £700 worth of old phones sitting around in drawers and on desktops.

Even your really old phone has a resale value; it could be as low as £1 or as high as £390, depending on

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