The problem – Electronic Waste (e-waste)

This day in age we need to be more and more aware that all these nice little gadgets that we collect don’t exactly filter back into the earth. Many times the end up in junk yards and add to the ever increasing problem of electronic waste(e-waste). When people look to get their devices fixed, often times they realize selling it is easiest and a gateway to getting an upgrade without the hassle. This is especially true in the iPhone repair industry where the turnover rate is quick.

According to Greenpeace.org:

Many old electronic goods gather dust in storage waiting to be reused, recycled or thrown away. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that as much as three quarters of the computers sold in the US are stockpiled in garages and closets. When thrown away, they end up in landfills or incinerators or, more recently, are exported to Asia.

As a preventative step in preserving the environment, we urge you to take the appropriate measures in order to limit e-waste.

The Solution – Sell and recycle

We fully promote self-repair as our iPhone Parts section will show you. The reality is though, that most people don’t want to deal with their broken stuff. That’s when you Sell your iPhone to us! We pay top dollar to help you and at the same time, you’re doing your part in helping momma nature. Even your old, used, broken, water damaged iPhone can put a couple bucks back into your pocket.

You may be sitting there asking, “what do you guys do with my old junk?”

  • Salvage for parts
  • Recycle toxic parts properly
  • Refurbish and donate

Here at iFixYouri, we help consumers properly dispose of not only iPhones, but computers as well. You know that old computer that you have sitting collecting dust in your garage? We’ll fix it and donate it to local charities and schools. Perhaps it’s not the latest technology, but we can assure you that we’ll find a ‘match’ for your computer, and a user who would love to browse the internet, learn, and most importantly, use it!

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