I can’t even begin to tell you how many old phones I have laying around my house, that are no good to me anymore! I also have some old computers from back in the day that are just taking up storage in my house. Can you relate to having old electronics in your house?
With the modern technology all around us, we are constantly updating our phones, computers, televisions, and so much more! I have found the perfect solution with what to do with all our old electronics and have found this solution with the Best Buy Recycling Electronics Program. With the Best Buy Electronics Recycling Program, you can bring in any electronic product and they will recycle it for it. It does not matter where you bought the original electronic product or how old it is, Best Buy will take it and recycle it! How amazing is that! I will be visiting my local Best Buy soon to recycle my phones and computers I have laying around.
Did you know that technology is the fastest growing waste stream on the planet. Best Buy, being one of the world’s largest retailers of consumer electronics, wants to be part of the solution and are doing this, via their electronic recycling program. It is so easy for all of us to help Best Buy with their electronic recycling program. Simply bring your old electronics, and they will responsibly and safely dispose of them. Best Buy currently recycles 387 pounds of electronics each minute their retail stores are open, so be sure to go to your local Best Buy to recycle your old electronics.
While you are visiting Best Buy at their retail stores or online, be sure to check out their entire line of Energy Star certified products. When you are recycling your old electronics, you can upgrade to their more energy efficient line. They have a wide assortment of the Energy Star products including Televisions, Blu-ray DVD players, Laptops, Printers, Telephones, and so much more! They will help to reduce your energy use and protect the environment by meeting strict energy efficient guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and US Department of Energy. To learn more about Energy Star certified products, simply click here: Best Buy.
Have you heard about Best Buy Electronics Recycling Program? Do you plan to try it out?
*I am a Best Buy Wolf Blogger. The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.