How to get a new iPhone 4G for ‘free’

The latest iPhone 4G is about to be launched any day (remember the brouhaha about the missing prototype?) and we’ll bet you’ll be slobbering over that one too. 😉 Sooo… how can you (potentially) get your mitts on that one. For free? Or with a nice discount? Pretty simple actually – Recycle your old one for… Continue reading How to get a new iPhone 4G for ‘free’

BuyMyTronics.com pays you for your old Electronics

It’s always great to see more companies involved in recycling. In the past, we’ve featured electronics recycling sites like YouRenew, MyBoneYard and Gazelle (and even Costco/Gazelle) that pay you to take your old cell phones, computers, MP3 players, etc. off of your hands. We’re pleased to tell you about another such site: BuyMyTronics.com (think of… Continue reading BuyMyTronics.com pays you for your old Electronics

yourenew.com pays you to recycle your old electronics

Recycling your old electronics is really becoming easier, as more services spring up to cash in on the growing industry. Yes, cashing in, because they make money from re-selling the parts and raw materials. But I don’t want to rain on their parade, because it’s a win-win for everyone. You can get some cash for… Continue reading yourenew.com pays you to recycle your old electronics

Costco offers recycling program through Gazelle

We always like to report on recycling efforts because we feel this is a topic that needs constant exposure and it’s something that consumers can participate in without a great deal of time or money expenditure. Costco has now partnered with Gazelle to offer Costco members a way to recycle their old or unwanted electronics.… Continue reading Costco offers recycling program through Gazelle

RadioShack expands electronics trade-in program to 4400 stores

RadioShack has expanded their electronics trade-in program to included about 4400 of their stores. Bring in your old electronics for a gift card redeemable at RS. Good for RadioShack and good for the environment as the electronics you bring in don’t end up in a landfill but get recycled instead. RadioShack joins the other eco-conscious… Continue reading RadioShack expands electronics trade-in program to 4400 stores

Panasonic Announces Nationwide Consumer Electronics Recycling Program

Panasonic Corporation of North America recently joined the growing list of environmentally conscious corporate citizens who have launched electronics recycling programs. The Panasonic program began on November 1, 2008, with more than 160 recycling drop-off locations in 10 states, and is slated to expand to all 50 states, with hundreds more sites, over the next… Continue reading Panasonic Announces Nationwide Consumer Electronics Recycling Program

Samsung offering a recycling program in the US

Thank you Samsung for deciding to launch a recycling program in the 50 states. With the exception of appliances, you can drop off any Samsung consumer electronics at various drop-off points. Here is the Samsung Recycling Direct website. If you’re looking for more recycling resources, just do a search on our site as we’ve covered… Continue reading Samsung offering a recycling program in the US

Gazelle website will pay for your old electronics

We’ve featured a number of sites that will either recycle or help you recycle your old electronics and gadgets, but here’s one with a twist. If it’s relatively recent (based on their database of items on their site), they (Gazelle) will pay you some cash to take it off your hands. They then either resell… Continue reading Gazelle website will pay for your old electronics