“Waste becomes Resource” Campaign on CoWorking News: Electronic EquipmentVeröffentlicht am 4. Dezember 2011 von Felix Schürholz in Kategorie: CoWorking News International, Entrepreneurship, kleine Unternehmen, Videos, Waste becomes Resource | Trackback URL | Zur Diskussion
The idea is very simple “Sell or Recycle Your Electronics Today”. What is closest to most coworkers, their electronic equipment. Mobile Phone, Laptop, PC, Tablet, MP3 Payer etc. The company YouRenew.com one of the starters in “America’s Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs” is specialized in this field: “Everyday, thousands of people buy and sell electronics. But sooner or later, that new cell phone, mp3 player or other gadget becomes outdated. Unfortunately, there aren’t many places where you can recycle electronics easily, which results in too many electronics ending up in landfills. We’re here to change that. We’re on a mission to make the planet a better place and provide an easy way for you to “renew” electronics. We’ve taken away all the hassle associated with selling or recycling your old devices: no accounts, no credit cards, no fees, and no shipping costs for devices that have value. Electronics recycling has never been easier! YouRenew.com is the perfect place for you to recycle or sell used cell phones, mp3 players, graphing calculators, laptops, and tablets. If you can’t find your device in our catalogue or we can’t pay for it, you can always send it to us and we’ll recycle it safely. So look up your device today, go green and get green!”
We from CoWorking News believe that this is an excellent idea. If you know any other companies involved in that kind of work, please post. Another way of “Recycling” close to christmas is of course giving it to someone else who can use it. There are many NGOs and local organizations who are very happy to distribute your old equipment to new users. Check them out and please post them here. Together we can make a change.
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