At e-Cycle, we understand that recycling may not be at the top of everyone’s priority list however with e-Waste representing 70% of hazardous waste in landfills, businesses need to address the growing issue of wireless recycling. For that reason, we are offering ourclients an extra incentive to recycle their cell phones and mobile devices this Fall.
Businesses and organizations that sell and/or recycle their used wireless devices through October 31st will be entered into a random drawing to win one of four $500 Apple gift cards. The winners can use these gift cards towards a new iPhone 5, iPad2, $500 worth of iTunes music, or any Apple product that catches youri.
Entering the contest is easy:
- Request a Wireless Buyback Estimate to receive a no-obligation buyback quote for your mobile devices. Remember, recycling and data deletion is always free!
- Fill out the form and include it with the package of mobile devices to be recycled
To learn more about e-Cycle and the Apple of Your i Giveaway, visit http://www.e-Cycle.com/Verizon.
e-Cycle works with nearly 7,000 organizations nationwide, including some of the largest companies in the world. Since its inception in 2005, our company has purchased or recycled more than one million wireless devices and kept more than 250,000 pounds of hazardous waste out of landfills.
About e-Cycle LLC
Ranked the #5 fastest growing environmental services company in the U.S. by Inc. 500|5000, e-Cycle helps organizations take a more responsible, secure and cost-effective approach to wireless recycling. The company collects wireless phones from businesses and major organizations, reimbursing them for devices that retain value and recycling all others at no charge through an ISO Certified, EPA-registered facility. The information on every phone is either deleted or destroyed through the industry’s most rigorous data security measures. e-Cycle is the market share leader among the Fortune 1000, serving financial institutions, manufacturers, healthcare organizations, government agencies, educational institutions, and technology companies, among others.
For more information or to sell and recycle your organization’s mobile phones, visit www.e-cycle.com or call 1.877.215.5255.