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BuyMyTronics electronic device recycling
BuyMyTronics are one of Americas oldest electrical goods recycling organizations. BuyMyTronics.com started with an concept to keep old and broken Apple iPods out of landfill areas. The idea was formed when owner Brett Mosley’s old and much loved iPod stopped working, it occurred to him that there wasn’t really anywhere environmentally conscious to dispose of it. A bit of research later, Brett uncovered that there were plenty of people out there in the same predicament and with that, BuyMyTronics was formed. Rather than throwing old electrical goods such as iPods away, recycling them and their components not only helps the environment, it is also a great way to make a few dollars.
BuyMyTronics offer a fast and easy way for people to dispose of their old and broken goods such as cell phones, iPods, MP3 players and game consoles in a much more hassle-free environment to other alternatives. Why bother with the trouble of listing your goods on eBay or other auction sites and then having to negotiate prices or even deal with returns should the buyer be unsatisfied with the goods. Just check BuyMyTronics for the latest prices and send then your used goods for a fantastic price.
Over the years, they types of goods BuyMyTronics purchase has expanded rapidly, they now offer a green minded purchasing solution for other digital age goods such as laptops, camcorders, digital cameras, GPS and many other devices, no need to let your old and broken possessions end up in the trash, make a few dollars and help the environment at the same time.
The BuyMyTronics mission statement states “We strive to be a leader in providing both consumers and corporations with the greenest alternative possible for recycling used and unwanted electronics. We are driven by our goal of reducing the amount of eWaste that is accumulating in our planet’s landfills while increasing awareness in our communities.”