Where Do All The Used Cell Phones Go?
Used Cell Phones Are Replaced Frequently
The average person who owns a cell phone ( who doesn't now a days?) replaces their cell every 18 months. Most people do not think about where the used cell phones go once the person upgrades their device. Think about it. How many used cellular devices do you have around your house? Most people have at least 3 according to studies. If a person upgrades their phone every 18 months and there are close to 300 million people in the USA alone that have cell phones, that means that over 100 millions used phones end up in landfills each year. If people are to consider this next time they are to go and upgrade their phone, we can make a considerable difference on the environment. Think about how much waste comes out of used cellular phones. We at The BlueDot with your help can make a difference. We pay cash for used cell phones and recycle old phones with no cash value. Be green while getting some green is not so bad. We believe that if we all work together we can make a huge impact on the environment. As more countries become more cell phone dependent the effects of used mobile phones on the environment will definitely take it toll.