Recycling Cell Phone Batteries
Recycling Cell Phone Batteries is the only way to properly dispose of them. Many companies participate in programs where consumers can drop off their old smartphone batteries to be recycled at no charge. Cell phone batteries, like all rechargeable batteries, contain chemicals that can harm the environment if they begin to crack and leak. The non-profit Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation has helped set up a network of 30,000 recycling drop-off locations for consumers.
Steps to Take:
- Gather up your old cell phone batteries from around the house. Any rechargeable battery can be recycled, so grab any additional batteries from other devices you don’t use anymore.
- Go to the Call2recycle website (see Resources). The Call2recycle program has been around since 1994 and has diverted 50 million pounds of rechargeable batteries from local landfills.
- Enter your zip or postal code and press “Go” to find a list of locations near you that accept old batteries for recycling.
- Go to a location and leave the old batteries with an employee. The company will now take care of sending those batteries back to the recycling company.
About BuyBack Solutions:
BuyBack Solutions is the trusted partner for corporate enterprises, government entities, and wireless retailers all over the U.S. When recycling your company’s used cell phones and mobile assets, you need a reliable partner who will responsibly manage the disposition process from beginning to end. We offer a secure and profitable solution for all of your recycling needs. Benefits of working with BuyBack Solutions:
We provide a revenue stream that will offset costs when upgrading devices
Free data deletion on every device – data certificates provided with every shipment
Fastest turn around in the industry – 1-3 business days
Immediate payment options – credit made directly to your wireless accounts
We purchase damaged, broken, and all iCloud and Google locked devices
Free FedEx Ground shipping
Responsible recycling (zero-landfill policy)
Is simple! Every organization is assigned to a dedicated account manager to assist in their specific needs. They are responsible for shipping and logistics, device inventory, and ensuring quick payments.