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Best Buy Recycling Bins

Best Buy Goes Green With All-in-One Recycle Bin

Recycling your gadgets is super easy — from cell phones to computers — but what do you do with all the other junk in your media center? Things like CDs, old cords and cables, even old cell phone batteries can be harder to offload at electronic recycling centers.

Well, if you spend as much time at Best Buy as I do, then you may have noticed the handy recycling bins that have popped up in the lobbies of stores across the US. This recycling bin acts as a dumping ground for other tech-, and gadget-related items you don't have a need for anymore. It's (obviously) free to use, so now you can not only drop off old computer equipment (regardless of where you purchased it), but clear out that rats nest of old tech you've been hoarding with a clear conscience. Find out exactly what you can offload in these bins after the break.

  • Plastic bags
  • Rechargeable batteries
  • CDs and CD jewel cases
  • Wires, cords, and cables
  • Remotes and controllers
  • Gift cards
  • Ink and toner cartridges
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