December 29, 2016

Recycling – A New Era

Today we are very aware of our actions and the affect that, the things we do will have an impact on the environment.

It is hard to go a week without some kind of warning regarding climate change or global warming which is why most of us are far more pro-active when it comes to things such as recycling than we ever were.

When it comes to recycling most of us assume that only food waste packaging is recycled, for example plastic or glass bottles, and cardboard. It is quite standard now for households to have recycling bins, which are collected separately.

However there is not much that you cannot recycle, and in fact there are many more items in our lives that can be recycled, and help keep out of landfills.

Recycling has now at the beginning of an new era, new companies that will pay money to take your old products.

One of the first industries that have exploded is Mobile phone recycling and is quickly becoming more popular.

We are starting to see commercials in TV or read a newspaper and see these company advertising to take your old mobile phones off our hands and pay money for them.

The rapid development of new technology and the nature of industries like mobile phones and the method of selling contracts with new handsets, by carriers like Telstra, Optus and Vodafone, have encourage regular upgrades and replacements of mobile phones. This has led us to upgrade our mobile phones every 18-24 months.

Rather letting your phones and up in landfill or just let our old phone sit in a drawers and not been used, you can now sell your unwanted mobile phones to recycling companies . These companies normally refurbish and distributed the handsets to developing counties, where they play a major part in people lives. Very old mobile phones that are beyond economic repair are normally broken down and the parts are recycled for the making of new products.

CashAphone.com.au is have a website where customers are asked to log onto the website where you can print a FreePost label or you may request a FreePost satchel to be sent to you.

It’s that simple.

Simply input the details of the phone that you want to sell. The website will then give you a quote on what CashAphone are willing to pay. If you are happy with the price, just confirm and you are well on your way to getting cash, and all within 7-10 days. The terms and conditions, are pretty standard and simple, you simply print a FreePost label, or request a freePost satchel.

Have you ever used this service and what do you think? I definitely have a few mobile phones in my drawer that could use a new home!

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    Rebecca wrote a great article and we do exactly the same thing as the company she mentions in her article, except… we PAY MORE!

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