Why Recycle Electronics at uBreakiFix in Douglasville, GA
Electronic devices are made of valuable resources and other crucial substances, such as precious metals like silver, chromium and lithium. All of these resources need tons of energy to manufacture and deliver into your hands. When tech is not recycled correctly, these valuable components are lost in landfills, dump sites and many times, they are negligently dumped in developing countries.
uBreakiFix in GA, along with our valuable Samsung partners, wish to fix this issue. While taking strides to raise awareness of the damaging environmental impacts of E-waste, we want to recycle your tech, for free! Just bring us your outdated, broken and damaged devices, and we'll handle the rest. It's really that simple!
When and Where to Recycle Electronics in Douglasville, GA
You got a new phone, and now your old device is is stowed away in a box somewhere, or worse, it's tossed into the trash! Toxic materials in the device may then leach into the environment and generate an unstable climate for the Earth's population.
Whenever an electronic stops working or becomes outdated, and you're trying to find the best place to recycle that device, call on your nearest uBreakiFix in Douglasville, GA. We'll take your old tech recycled instead of in dumpsites and countries that may not always have what's needed to handle them responsibly.
Which Tech Devices Can I Recycle at uBreakiFix Near Me in Douglasville
Your nearest uBreakiFix will dispose of your outdated cell phones, computers, charging cords, printers, audio devices, headsets, gaming consoles and more! Contact your nearest uBreakiFix in Douglasville, hand us those unwanted devices and we'll take them where they need to go!
Where Can I Drop Off Old Electronics in Douglasville, GA
Recycle your old tech at uBreakiFix in Douglasville, GA. We don't just service and repair your electronics quickly and work hard to help you get the most out of your electronic devices. We're also striving to save the planet. Join us, alongside Samsung in our goal to properly dispose of as many electronics as possible by Earth Day. Help save the environment this Spring and help make the planet a better place for everyone!