Other countries are 'ahead with recycling'
26 May 2009 — 5:00 PM
Countries that implemented recycling directives before Great Britain are understandably further on in terms of uptake, it has been suggested.
Waste Watch senior consultant Caroline Laitner said the UK is lagging behind because electrical recycling is not as well known about as it has the potential to be.
Even though local authorities often have the tools to recycle, not everyone knows this, she explained.
And as regulation was introduced in other European countries first, disposing of items in this way has not caught on to so many people, Ms Laitner added.
Although fridges and freezers may be heavy and cumbersome to transport, sending a handset for mobile phone recycling can be a quick and easy way to earn some cash.
It appears that more and more people agree with this, as a recent report stated that internet searches for terms relating to mobile recycling have almost trebled in 12 months.
Environmental news brought to you by envirofone, the environmentally friendly mobile phone recycler
Mobile recycling could be an option for recipients of unwanted gifts30 December 2010 — 12:02 PM
People can get money for a phone they do not intend to use.
Selling mobile can create chance to buy HTC Desire HD29 December 2010 — 3:54 PM
People who enjoy a large screen may find all they want in the HTC Desire HD.