Why Should I Recycle Old Tech at uBreakiFix in Westwood, NJ?
Electronic devices come equipped with valuable resources and materials, including extremely precious metals like nickel, lithium and palladium. Each of these resources demand a lot of energy to mine, create and deliver to you — the consumer. When electronics are not discarded responsibly, these materials end up in landfills, dump sites and all too often, they're improperly disposed of in third-world countries.
uBreakiFix in Westwood, NJ and our partners at Samsung, would like to help stop this. While taking strides to help the world learn about the harmful consequences of E-waste, we plan to recycle your tech, for free! Just visit your nearest uBreakiFix and hand us your old, broken and useless devices, and we'll recycle them responsibly. It's really that simple!
When and Where to Dispose of Technology in Westwood, NJ
You got a new PC, and now your old one is stowed away somewhere, or the most terrible outcome — it's thrown into the trash! Hazardous components in your tech may then spill into the ecosystem and result in an unsafe planet the Earth's population.
When an old device loses its value to you, and you're trying to find the best place to dispose of technology, visit uBreakiFix in Westwood. We'll get your device recycled instead of sending them to places that don't have the appropriate resources to dispose of them responsibly.
Which Tech Devices Can I Recycle at uBreakiFix Near Me in Westwood
uBreakiFix in Westwood, NJ will responsibly recycle your old or unwanted phones, computers, charging cords, printers, audio devices, video game consoles and more! Visit your closest uBreakiFix in Westwood, NJ, bring us your devices and we'll take care of the rest!
Where to Dispose of Technology in Westwood, NJ
Recycle your old tech at your nearest uBreakiFix location! We do more than just fix your tech quickly or help you fully enjoy your tech. We're also striving to make the Earth a better place. Join us, alongside our Samsung partners in our goal to properly dispose of as many electronics as we possibly can by Earth Day! Help save the environment this Spring and do your part to help make our planet a better place for everyone!