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Best Buy Begins Recycling Program

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Jun 2, 2008, 1:05 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Beginning yesterday, 117 Best Buy stores in the Baltimore, San Francisco, and Minnesota markets are offering free recycling of household electronics, including cell phones.


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Jun 2, 2008, 4:42 PM

save the earth

recycle, recycle, recycle! 😎

you know best buy just cleans up your stuff and resells it. or gets paid for the batteries as scrap. They make molaa on your junk.

Jun 3, 2008, 10:28 AM

iPCS sprint stores have

been running their "go Green" deal since april. turn in a phone from a competing carrier (VZW, ATT, Alltel) and get up to $25 off a phone w/ a new contract

Jun 2, 2008, 9:44 PM

Man Alive

And here I've been dropping all my used electronics over at Al Gore's house. Who knew.

How generous of them to offer "free" recycling, meaning "sure, we'll take all that old stuff you don't want off your hands and we won't even charge your for the privilege."

Bunch of knobs. What's next? "Sure, we'll come to your house and kick you in the nuts and we won't even charge you for the privilege!"

Jun 2, 2008, 3:16 PM

And for everybody else - I'll recycle all your electronics...

Anybody can send me there new & unused electronics, and i will recycle them for FREE!!

its a great deal..
REALLY! 😳 I've got an oven toaster powered by a built-in nuclear reactor and it's brand new. I want you to recycle it 😁
thats too funny about it being a nuclear rector comment lol
I've been recycling used electronics for years on fleabay! Why hasn't any posted an article about me on phonescoop?

Jun 2, 2008, 2:33 PM

cell phone recycling

best buy has been doing this for batteries, cell phones and printer cartridges around Chicago for years now. we also have electronics recycling here every once in a while too...
My question is are they going to recycle every single bit of electronics out there or are they only going for laptops and cellphones, some of which can be sent to their refurb department? If not then radioshack has been doing this for years already t...

Jun 2, 2008, 3:50 PM

regular AA battery?

i have lots of used AA battery. they accept AA battery?
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