A-Z Recycling Guide -- Cell Phones
Eco-Cycle CHaRM (Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials)
6400 Arapahoe Rd. (co-located with ReSource)
Boulder, CO 80303
Phone: (303) 444-6634
Accepted materials: Cell phones for recycling at no recycling charge. Vehicles that come to CHaRM are charged a $3 facility use fee per visit in addition to any per-item fees.
Please visit the CHaRM website for the full list of accepted materials, fees, current hours and more details.
Eco-Cycle's Zero Waste Services (businesses only)
Phone: (303) 444-6634
Services provided: Collection for all traditional recyclables (mixed paper including bagged shredded paper, cardboard, glass and plastic bottles, aluminum and tin cans, scrap metal), hard-to-recycle materials (computers, fax and copier machines, other electronics, plastic bags with a #2 or #4, stretch wrap, #6 white block foam, wooden pallets, textiles, books and paired shoes) and compostables (all food and landscaping waste, uncoated paper products and compostable food service products made from plant materials). Dumpsters, wheeled carts, roll-off boxes, compactors and other collection equipment available. Visit website, call or e-mail for more information. Businesses only.
Longmont Ending Domestic Violence Initiative (L.E.V.I.)
225 Kimbark St.
Longmont, CO 80501
Phone: (303) 774-4534
Service provided: Collects cellphones, chargers and other accessories for emergency use. Visit their website for more information on how to drop-off or mail in your phone.
The Wireless Alliance
5763 Arapahoe Ave., Warehouse G
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Toll Free: (866) 366-5791
Phone: (303) 543-7477
Fax: (303) 543-7677
Accepted materials: Cell phones for refurbishing and recycling. Provides boxes for collection of cell phones.
The Wireless Foundation
Call To Protect
2555 Bishop Circle W.
Dexter, MI 48130
Phone: (202) 785-0081
Service provided: Donates phones to victims of domestic violence through the Call to Protect Program. Check website for mailing label and instructions and how to remove personal information from your phone.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Accepted materials: Visit website above for a list of companies that accept cell phones for recycling.