Cell Phone Recycling: Take Charge of Those Cell-Dom Recycled Phones

Though the depiction of Theodore Twombley’s intense relationship with Samantha, his intelligent computer operating system, in Spike Jonze’s 2013 film, Her, may be an exaggeration of our love for and dependence on technology, it is only slightly so…. Read More

Recycling Lithium-ion Batteries: What You Should Know and What You Can Do

With the growth of popular portable electronic devices in the past decades, rechargeable batteries have become a necessary component to everyday devices. Of the many types of rechargeable batteries, the use of lithium-ion batteries is particularly widespread as… Read More

Electronics Recycling: How to Schedule a Pick-Up For Your Business

It’s that time of year again. Your company’s computers have slowed to a crawl, the printers have become temperamental, and last year’s iPhone will no longer do. As a San Francisco Bay Area IT or Office manager, you’re… Read More

Broken CFLs: How to Clean Up and Recycle Broken CFL Light Bulbs

Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs (CFLs) are commonly used in light fixtures because they are more energy efficient than the older incandescent bulbs. However, CFLs contain mercury in them, which can be both harmful to the environment and to… Read More

GreenCitizen Receives “Best For The World Award 2013” for its Electronics Recycling Efforts

GreenCitizen’s efforts in tackling the electronic-waste crisis have been recognized with the Best for the World Award 2013. The award is presented to the top 10% of all B-Corporations. The B-Corp or “Benefit-Corp” certification is to sustainable businesses… Read More