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Is Your Not-For-Profit’s Cell Phone Recycling Program Operating On All Cylinders?

There is nothing like a finely tuned car humming down the highway all cylinders performing optimally. When some of the cylinders are missing, the car will make progress but not perform up to the desired standard. The same is true of a cell phone recycling (CPR) program instituted by a Not-For-Profit (NFP). For the best possible results to bless the participating NFP please consider these 6 Cylinders For Optimum Donor/Benefit Performance:

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6 Reasons Why You Should Recycle Your Cellular Phones

Bottom Line: Choosing to donate used and unused cell phones will not only help the environment, but also benefit your selected Not-For-Profit organization with an infusion of much needed cash. Continue reading

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