Best Buy Electronics Recycling

The Spring Cleaning season is here, and like most out there, I am going through the garage and shed, and going through all of the boxes and items that we no longer use or need. One of the rooms in my house that I need to go through this year is my office. I have many boxes and also many gadgets that I no longer need or use, so like most, I find myself trying to figure out what to do with those gadgets. I found that getting rid of and recycling my old gadgets is easier than I thought, because I can take them to my local Best Buy! Best Buy is the leader in their efforts for recycling in their industry and it can all be done for free at any Best Buy location in the US!! Since technology is the fastest growing problem when it comes to waste, and since Best Buy is one of the world’s largest retailers of consumer electronics, they want to try to help by being part of the solution. A great thing about the electronics recycling program at Best Buy is that it does not matter how old or where you bought it, they will recycle it regardless! Best Buy recycles 387 pounds of electronics each minute that they are open, and if you take your old electronics to Best Buy they will responsibly and safely dispose of them! I love that after I take my old electronics to Best Buy so that they can recycle them, I can then shop there and upgrade my electronics and gadgets to Energy Star certified products!!! You can look into upgrading your home to more energy efficient products by heading over to your local Best Buy or by going to today! Also, you can get more info on the recycling program from Best Buy by heading over to their site by clicking here! So, this year while you are doing your Spring Cleaning, dont forget to take those old gadgets and electronics to Best Buy and recycle them!!

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free


  1. rosie
    February 28, 2013 / 12:23 am

    thanks for the info on best buy recycling I've been meaning to get rid of old computer and cell phones that have piled up for years.

  2. Shelly Peterson
    February 28, 2013 / 7:35 am

    This is good to know about. I have some old electronics to get rid of but didn't know what to do with them

  3. Robin Wilson
    May 27, 2013 / 6:17 pm

    I am so glad to hear this. I have a drawer full of old cell phones that still work ~ don't need ~ but no clue as to what to do with. My son works in the same shopping center so he can drop them off! Thanks!

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