Live Green and Earn Points


  • Karen K. 4 months ago
    I suppose we're lucky that we actually have an ecycling plant here (sometimes I think we're stone age, recycling-wise) but they're across the city, stuck in a suburb on an obscure road, and they keep bankers' hours! I have a growing pile of things we've destroyed (can't refurbish, unfortunately!) and I'd like to get them there.
  • Lori S. 4 months ago
    My life is much so better without all the new phones and e-products. Much higher quality of life. Consider recycling your e-smog and enjoy life while you can.
  • Kerry K. 6 months ago
    The most surprising revelation to me is that the average smart phone lifespan in the U.S. is less than 2 years!! I just got my first smartphone as a gift from my daughter a year and a half ago--she did not want it anymore because it was too cheaply made. I was working for a communications company and my supervisor refused to give me a working tablet charger so I was forced to use my cell phone charger. Now my cell phone does not recognize its own charger so it takes FOREVER to charge. I thought that was because it was a crappy cell phone or I used it for the other device--but it was only 6 months old at the time! I wish I could have gotten 21 months out of mine. It really only worked with its charger 6 months. I think if we have such a problem with recycling everything, companies should be forced to make better long lasting products.
  • Ginnie B. 8 months ago
    What surprises me most is the amount.
  • Heather B. 9 months ago
    Would like to see frivolous uses of electronics end. Companies, like Hallmark, who put electronics in their greeting cards for sound and light take no responsibility for the e-waste they are creating. They offer no recycling options and make the rest of the greeting card hard to recycle. I buy no greeting cards with electronics or glitter, but unfortunately people sometimes send such cards to me and the challenge of responsible disposal becomes mine.
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