Posted on July 16, 2015
Updated October 2018 When we think of everyday things that people can do to help protect the environment, recycling most often comes to mind. It’s a decades-long practice where people have embraced the concept that we must reuse… Read More
Posted on December 9, 2014
Updated September 2018 Did you know that 95% of Americans own a cellphone? As more and more upgrades appear on the market, 75% of people leave their old cell phones sitting around the house. What can we do with this… Read More
Posted on December 5, 2014
Nikki Contini, a Bay Area artist, is showcasing her collection “Peace, Love, and Upcycling” which features upcycled art at GreenCitizen’s Berkeley Center. We debuted the collection last Saturday with a launch party. Nikki spoke about the inspiration behind… Read More
Posted on December 2, 2014
Updated September 2018 Did you know that cell phones, laptops, and power tools contain lithium-ion batteries? With the growth of electronic devices, these rechargeable batteries are now a staple in our society. Of the many types of rechargeable… Read More
Posted on November 28, 2014
Updated November 2018 On Thanksgiving, families around the US come together to enjoy company, friends, poultry, and even football. Then the real fun begins the very next day with Black Friday, a shopaholic’s dream. Clothes, toys, gadgets, electronics,… Read More
Want to feel good about yourself? Gather up all of the electronic cords, chargers, adapters, devices and the CDs and DVDs that you no longer listen to or...
It would be really nice if these guys published their recycling rates their website. 15 bucks to recycle a $50 printer is a bit much.
This place is great. Most electronics recycling is free, though some items require a small fee. Hard disc drive destruction is $20 and they send you a...