Recycling personal electronics

Many of our customers ask about recycling their old and unused personal electronics like cell phones and MP3 players.

A new player in the recycling market has an answer. Introducing YouRenew.

Everyday, thousands of people buy and sell electronics. But sooner or later, that new cell phone, mp3 player or other gadget becomes outdated. Unfortunately, there aren’t many places where you can recycle electronics easily, which results in too many electronics ending up in landfills. We’re here to change that.

We’re on a mission to make the planet a better place and provide an easy way for you to sell electronics. We’ve taken away all the hassle associated with selling or recycling your old devices: no accounts, no credit cards, no fees and no shipping costs. Electronics recycling has never been easier! is the perfect place for you to recycle or sell used cell phones, mp3 players, digital cameras and graphing calculators. You can also recycle and sell laptops, video game console, external hard drive, video game or DVD. If you can’t find your device in our catalogue or we can’t pay for it, you can always ship it for free and we’ll recycle it safely. So look up your device today, go green and get green! So look up your device today and go green!

Here at YouRenew, we know that reuse is the highest form of recycling, because every item that is reused means one fewer needs to be created. That’s why we strive to prolong the life of functioning electronics that we receive by putting them back to use. If your device is beyond repair, we ensure that it’s recycled in the most environmentally conscious manner possible. No devices we touch go to a landfill and we do not export e-waste. All physical recycling takes place in the U.S.

Follow these simple steps to sell or recycle your used electronics: (1) search for your device, (2) answer a few questions that help us make you an accurate offer, (3) check out and get free shipping!

If your device is worth $0, ship it to us for free and we’ll make sure that it is 100% recycled.

I don’t see how any recycler could make it any easier for us to dispose of our unwanted electronics.

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