Effort recycles PDAs, phones, pagers

June 2003
Journal of Business (10756124);6/5/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 12, pA18
Trade Publication
Reports on a program launched by Sierra Club, Staples Inc., and electronics recycler CollectiveGood that makes it easier for consumers to recycle their old cellular telephones, personal digital assistants, and pagers. Mechanics of the program; Environmental benefit of recycling cellular telephones and other devices.


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