Why Should I Recycle Old Tech at uBreakiFix in Nampa, ID?
Electronic devices are designed with valuable components and raw materials, such as extremely precious metals like silver, lead, chromium, lithium and more. These resources need tons of energy to find, design and provide to you. When tech is not disposed of properly, these precious items wind up in landfills, wasteyards and many times, they are negligently dumped in third-world countries.
uBreakiFix and Samsung, want to change that! In an effort to bring attention to the destructive ecological effects of E-waste, we'd like to recycle your electronics, at no cost to you! Just bring us your out-of-date, cracked and unused tech, and we'll get them recycled for you. Yes, it's that easy!
When and Where to Recycle Old Technology in Nampa, ID
You got a new PC, and now the outdated version is just hidden away in a box somewhere, or the most terrible outcome — it's tossed into a waste bin! Toxic materials in the electronic device may then spill into the land and atmosphere and create an unstable climate for and its inhabitants.
Whenever an old piece of tech is no longer useful, and you're wondering where to recycle that device, head to a uBreakiFix near you in Nampa, ID. We'll get your device recycled instead of in landfills and countries that may not always have the resources and procedures in place to recycle them responsibly.
What Electronics are Recyclable at uBreakiFix in Nampa, ID
Your nearest uBreakiFix will recycle your outdated cellular devices, computers, printing machines, cords, speakers, headsets, gaming consoles and more! Visit your nearest uBreakiFix in Nampa, ID, bring in your devices and we'll take them where they need to go!
Where to Dispose of Technology in Nampa, ID
Bring your old devices to uBreakiFix in Nampa, ID. We don't just repair your tech quickly and dedicate ourselves to helping you get the most out of your electronic devices. We're also putting our best foot forward to help save the planet. Join us, alongside Samsung in our goal to properly dispose of as many electronic devices as we can by Earth Day! Join our efforts this Spring and help make the planet a cleaner, safer place for years and years to come!