July 1, 2013
Starting Today, July 1st, Colorado Joins States in Banning E-Waste Disposal in Landfills. Recycling of Electronics Mandated.
Recycle Your E-Waste with NCADV--It's Free and EASY!
As of today, July 1st, the state of Colorado joins 25 states in banning the disposal of old or unwanted electronics. Residents will now have to arrange, and in some cases pay, to have their electronics recycled and can be stiffly fined if they do not comply.
NCADV can help and will take your E-waste (from anywhere in the US) such as old or unwanted cell phones, Mp3 players, digital cameras, laptops, and other digital electronics for FREE. All you have to do is click here to print your free shipping label, box it up, and put it in the mail. It's that easy.
We partner with Cellular Recycler to collect cell phones and other electronic waste and receive a portion of the proceeds that come from the sale of refurbished cell phones and digital electronics. These funds support our programming aimed at stopping violence in the home. Cellular Recycler is a local Colorado company whose sole mission is to help raise money for great organizations and keep electronics out of landfills. To date, they've kept an estimated three million cell phones and over one million accessories out of waste-sites. Also, their warehouse is one of the only facilities in the world dedicated to cell phone recycling that is ISO 9001:200 and IAER certified which means the materials are recycled safely, reliably, and through means that minimize waste and errors. They are also legally certified to collect e-waste. And did we mention that it's FREE??
Go a step further and hold a special collection or collect E-waste permanently on behalf of NCADV. Click here to learn more. We provide everything.
For more information, click here or contact us.