National Cell Phone Recycling Week 2009 starts Monday

Recycle your old phone

Recycle your old phone

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), more than 100 million cell phones are discarded each year, with just 10% of those phones being recycled. National Cell Phone Recycling Week 2009 kicks off on Monday, in an attempt to increase awareness of recycling programs, and the percentage of old phones that gets recycled each year.

To find out if your cell phone retailer, manufacturer or carrier has a mail-in or drop-off recycling program, visit www.epa.gov.

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