Mobile Phone Recycling

There are plenty of local and nationwide services for you to recycle your mobile phone with, and we've put together this guide to help you find the solution for you.

Donate: Cartridges4Charity

Supports The Against Malaria Foundation, who distribute anti-mosquito nets to save lives by preventing the spread of malaria.

Raise funds for an effective charity
Recycles any mobile phone
Free postage

Visit Cartridges4Charity

Raise Funds: Ink2Cash

Ink2Cash pays you (an individual, charity, business or group) for phones and cartridges you or your supporters collect.

Raise funds from your phone(s)
Any phone recycled
Free collections or postage

Visit Ink2Cash

Local Drop-Offs

There are likely shops or civic amenity sites with phone collection boxes near you, and most of these will take any mobile phone for free.

Free local drop off
Any phone recycled
Normally no charitable benefit

Visit RecycleNow and choose 'Recycle a specific item' > 'Electricals' > 'Mobile Phones'

Alternatives

You might also like to consider:

  • Giving it to a friend, family member or colleague who needs a new phone
  • Take it to the 'small electricals' container at your local council recycling site
  • Keeping it as a backup phone in case your other phone fails
  • Giving it away on Freecycle or Freegle

Why Recycle Mobile Phones?

Any mobile phone can be recycled at the end of its life in an environmentally-friendly way.

In landfill, the precious metals used in production are unavailable for reuse, and phones may leach toxic chemicals into the local water supply.

Most used phones also have value that could be put to good use — by donating it to a good cause, for example.

EveryCartridge.com is here to help you find a way to recycle your phone and ensure it doesn't end up in the bin.

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