Why Recycle Old or Unwanted Devices at uBreakiFix in Lawrence, KS?
Most electronics are designed with valuable resources and materials, such as rare metals like nickel, lithium and palladium. These components require a large amount of energy to mine, create and deliver to you — the consumer. When tech is not recycled properly, these valuable components are lost in landfills, wasteyards and all too often, they're improperly disposed of in third-world countries.
uBreakiFix in KS, along with Samsung, want to change that! In our efforts to raise awareness of the destructive environmental impacts of E-waste, we plan to recycle your tech, at no cost to you! All you have to do is bring us your old, broken and damaged tech, and we'll handle the rest. Yes, it's that easy!
When and Where to Recycle Electronics in Lawrence, KS
You've updated your PC, and now your old device is is stowed away in a box somewhere, or worse, in a waste bin! Hazardous components in the device might then spill into the land and atmosphere and generate an unstable climate for the Earth's population.
Whenever an electronic is no longer useful, and you're wondering where to recycle that device, head to uBreakiFix in Lawrence. We'll get your device to the right place instead of sending them to locations that may not always have what's needed to dispose of them responsibly.
Which Tech Devices Can I Recycle at uBreakiFix Near Me in Lawrence
uBreakiFix in Lawrence, KS will dispose of your useless and out-of-date phones, computers, printers, chargers, bluetooth devices, video game consoles and more! Visit your closest uBreakiFix in Lawrence, hand us those unwanted devices that have outworn their use and we'll take them where they need to go!
Where Can I Take My Unwanted Electronics in Lawrence, KS
Drop off your old electronics at uBreakiFix in Lawrence, KS. We don't just service and repair your electronics quickly or help you fully enjoy your tech. We're also putting our best foot forward to help make the world a safer place. Join us, alongside our Samsung partners in our effort to responsibly recycle as many electronics as possible by Earth Day. Help save the environment this Spring and do your part to help make the planet a better place for everyone!