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Electronic Waste Recycling

Like computers, other forms of electronic waste contain hazardous materials such as lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, and brominated flame retardants.  These should not be thrown away with regular trash.  Here are some companies you can work with to dispose of your electronics properly.  Check our TTT Guide for more information and locations all around the area that reuse and/or recycle these items.

iPods - Reuse

Instead of buying a new iPod, why not just fix the one you have?  Here are some options:

Apple will replace batteries in out-of-warranty iPods for a moderate charge.  Their service comes with a 90-day guarantee on materials and workmanship.

iPodResQ sells a do-it-yourself replacement battery kit for all versions of iPods.  They also offer a 24 hour mail-in service for battery replacement.  They also repair hard drives, logic boards, ports, scroll wheels, screens, or anything else wrong with your iPod.


iPods - Recycle

Apple Store
Bring your iPod into any Apple retail store for free recycling.  If you want to buy a new one, you will receive a discount towards your purchase.

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