Why Should I Recycle Old Tech at uBreakiFix in Boise, ID?
Electronic devices are made of rare resources and raw materials, including precious metals like nickel, lithium and palladium. All of these resources require tons of energy to find, design and deliver to you — the consumer. When tech is not disposed of properly, these precious items are lost in landfills, wasteyards and many times, they're improperly disposed of in developing countries.
uBreakiFix in ID, along with our partners at Samsung, would like to help stop this. In an effort to bring attention to the destructive ecological effects of E-waste, we plan to recycle your tech, for free! Just bring us your old, cracked and useless devices, and we'll recycle them responsibly. It's really that simple!
When and Where to Dispose of Technology in Boise, ID
You got a new tech, and now your old one is just stashed away in a box somewhere, or worse, in the trash! Toxic substances in your tech might then become exposed in the land and atmosphere and result in an unstable climate for for everyone.
Whenever an electronic loses its value to you, and you're wondering where to recycle old tech, visit a uBreakiFix near you in Boise, ID. We'll get your device where it needs to go instead of sending them to locations that may not always have the appropriate resources to dispose of them correctly.
What Electronics are Recyclable at uBreakiFix in Boise, ID
Your nearest uBreakiFix will responsibly recycle your outdated cellular devices, computers, charging cords, printers, audio devices, headsets, gaming consoles and more! Find your local Boise uBreakiFix location, bring in your old electronics and we'll take them where they need to go!
Where Can I Take My Unwanted Electronics in Boise, ID
Recycle your old tech at uBreakiFix in Boise, ID. We don't just repair your device fast or help you get the most out of your devices. We're also doing our part to help save the planet. Join us, alongside Samsung in our effort to properly dispose of as many electronic devices as possible by Earth Day. Help save the environment this Spring and do your part to help make our planet a cleaner, safer place for everyone!