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Mobile Device Recycling Option Available to BART System Riders

Friday, January 30th, 2009

If you live in the San Francisco area or ride the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transportation) system, cell phone recycling just got a whole lot easier:

LG Mobile Phones has joined forces with BART, of the San Francisco Bay Area, to redefine convenience in mobile device recycling. Kicking off on June 8, LG is outfitting six BART stations (Civic Center, Powell Street, Montgomery Street, Embarcadero, Oakland City Center/12 Street, and Dublin/Pleasanton) with recycling receptacles, encouraging routine customers to drop off their mobile phones, chargers and accessories, from any manufacturer. Commuters can also receive a prepaid mailer online or through “Txt to Recycle,” an additional component to LG’s green initiatives, and easily recycle their unused or old mobile phones. The program is one of many initiatives in LG’s ecoMobilization program to inspire people to make a difference.

For those of you who are not residents of the San Francisco Bay Area or who do not ride on the Bay Area Rapid Transit system, you can still recycle your cell phone!
Donate your cell phone to Recycling For Charities by simply printing out the shipping label and tax donation forms directly from our Recycling For Charities website . Affix the label to your box, pack your collected donations for shipment, and receive your tax deduction while the charity of your choice receives your donation!

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