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August 27, 2007

Top 10: Places to Recycle Cell Phones

July 21, 2007

City puts old cell phones on hold for charity.

June 18, 2007

Chrysler Group Cell Phone Donation Benefits Local Charities.

May 5, 2007

Rotary Collecting Used Cell Phones

December 5, 2005

Cell Phone Recycling Benefits the Animals 

September, 2005

Global Cell Phone Recycling Initiative to Help the Hurricane Katrina Victims 


April, 2005

PhoneBack donates used cELL phones

PhoneBack Canada, through its Charitable Recycling Program, answered the call when Lanark County Interval House requested mobile phones for emergency communications to support its services to women and children at risk from domestic abuse and contact crime. 

April 2005

Free-Trade Pizza Pizza Style: A Complimentary Slice for Your Recycled Cell-Phone 

Call it Pizza Pizza's version of free trade - a free pizza slice of your choice in exchange for your old cell phone that's no longer in use.

April 2005

Lanark County Interval House Receives 50 Refurbished Cell Phones For Emergency & Safety Communications From PhoneBack, Canada

PhoneBack Canada, through its Charitable Recycling Program answered the call when Lanark County Interval House requested mobile phones for emergency communications.

November 2004

RECYCLING - THE NEW WAY TO DONATE 

November 15 is America Recycles Day - a day that has been set aside by Presidential Proclamation to make us all aware of the importance of recycling.

May 2004

Free Emergency Phones Provided

The Charitable Recycling Program, a world leader in the collection, reuse and recycling of used cell phones, greatly assists many in need. Many of the used cell phones that are donated to Charitable Recycling, are used for humanitarian relief, distributed as a direct link to aid battered adults, children and senior citizens with 911 emergency services.

February 2004

DON'T TRASH YOUR OLD PHONE

Phones can be recycled (but be sure to erase names and numbers in the memory). Staples and other retailers will take used ones.

 

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