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www.batteriesplus.com

Batteries Plus recycles batteries and many portable electronics. Recycling of batteries reduces waste in our landfills, stops harmful chemicals from contaminating soil and water, and preserves our environment by decreasing the need for new raw materials from the earth.

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http://www.call2recycle.org/

Call2Recycle is a program of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) promoting environmental sustainability by providing free battery and cell phone recycling in North America. RBRC is a 501(c)4 nonprofit public service organization. They invite you to join their efforts to advance green business practices and environmental sustainability.

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http://cellphonesforsoldiers.recellular.com/shippinglabel-generic.html 

It’s simple and free. Every phone you donate will increase the amount of talk time they can provide to our troops! Donated cell phones are sold to a company that recycles them. The money is then used to purchase calling cards that are sent to troops in need.

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http://radioshack.cexchange.com/online/home/index.rails

Radio Shack accepts eligible working electronics as trade-ins for gift cards. If your item doesn’t have any trade in value, they will recycle it free for you. Their website will determine the trade-in value of your item(s) and create a pre-paid shipping label for you.

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http://www.staples.com/sbd/cre/marketing/ecoeasy/recycling.html?cmSearchKeyword=recycle

Staples makes it easy for you to do your part by offering a variety of convenient technology recycling programs including empty ink and toner cartridges, office technology, rechargeable batteries and cell phone recycling. They also offer technology trade-in services.

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http://www.worldcomputerexchange.org/
 
World Computer Exchange believes that exposing youth in developing countries to a 21st century education by bridging the digital divide makes for a better world. Being better educated means that these youth will be more equipped to fight poverty, disease, injustice and instability.

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