Why Recycle Electronics at uBreakiFix in Richmond, VA
Electronic devices come equipped with rare resources and materials, such as rare metals like silver, lithium and palladium. Each of these resources need a lot of energy to mine, create and provide to you. When electronics are not discarded correctly, these materials end up in landfills, dump sites and most often, they're improperly disposed of in developing countries.
uBreakiFix in Richmond, VA and Samsung, wish to fix this issue. In our efforts to raise awareness of the damaging ecological effects of E-waste, we want to recycle your tech, free of charge! All you have to do is bring us your outdated, unwanted and unused electronics, and we'll get them recycled for you. It's really that simple!
When and Where to Dispose of Technology in Richmond, VA
You got a new phone, and now your old one is stashed away somewhere, or worse, it's tossed into a waste bin! Toxic substances in your tech might then spill into the land and atmosphere and generate an unsafe planet and its inhabitants.
Whenever an old piece of tech is no longer useful, and you're searching for the best location to dispose of technology, call on a uBreakiFix near you in Richmond, VA. We'll take your old tech to the right place instead of sending them to countries that are not prepared with the appropriate resources to dispose of them properly.
What Devices Can I Recycle at uBreakiFix in Richmond
At uBreakiFix in Richmond, we'll dispose of your useless and out-of-date phones, desktops, laptops, printing machines, cords, speakers, video game consoles and more! Contact your closest Richmond uBreakiFix location, bring in those unwanted devices that you no longer need or use and we'll take care of the rest!
Where to Dispose of Technology in Richmond, VA
Drop off your old electronics at your nearest uBreakiFix location! We do more than just fix your electronics quickly or help you get the most out of your devices. We're also striving to make the Earth a better place. Join us, alongside our Samsung partners in our pursuit to responsibly recycle as many tech devices as we possibly can by Earth Day! Help save the environment this Spring and help to make the world a better place for current and future generations!