The sale of electronics has boomed since the 1990s and continues to grow today. As an increasing number of people buy more electronic devices, tons of waste is created. Much of this waste contains hazardous materials such as mercury, lead and plastics. You can help save the earth by recycling and salvaging used electronics to extend their lifespan and keep them out of landfills.
According to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), Americans currently own about 24 electronic devices per household. As the months and years pass, it is inevitable some of these electronics will break or become obsolete. Throwing them away is irresponsible and often illegal. Electronics such as computers, laptops, iPods, iPads and smart phones often contain sensitive confidential data.
Going green is an important international initiative. From recycling soda bottles to salvaging electronics, there are many ways to help save the earth and the balance of its delicate ecosystems. Guzu recycles all types of electronics to ensure their future use is maximized. Everything from small parts to packaging is recycled to protect the world around us. They even plant a tree for each transaction. This adds to the way you are helping save the earth by recycling obsolete electronics.
Getting rid of your old electronics is easy and you even make money to do it. Used and broken devices are often worth more than you thought. Enter the model, make and condition of the device at Guzu to find out its value. A UPS shipping label is sent to you by email so you can send used electronics to Guzu. Once the condition of the item is verified, payment is issued by business check or PayPal. Simply choose your payment method and get money for electronic items you no longer want.
Data is erased from used devices so you feel secure turning them in. There is no need to take up space with unwanted computers, laptops, Blackberry devices, iPads or iPods when you can recycle them. The earth is a cleaner place, and you have more space and money. Everyone wins when you recycle electronics you don’t use anymore.