The highest form of recycling is reuse, which is where we refocused by helping you upgrade to the latest iPhone, iPad, and more while extending the life of your last one. You play a part in helping keep electronics out of landfills every time you sell something to Gazelle. If you have something that's older or outside the scope of what we'll buy, it's important to make responsible choices that keep your electronics from becoming part of the growing e-waste problem. 1-800-Recycling.com This site is a one stop shop for all things recycling, from household and yard waste to hazardous waste and electronics. You can find links to municipal resources and community programs, and recycling locations for just about anything there. e-Stewards The e-Stewards Initiative is a project of the Basel Action Network (BAN), which is a 501(c)3 non-profit, charitable organization. Their site has extensive information about the growing problem of e-waste and a tool to help you find Certified e-Stewards Recyclers near you. The Consumer Electronics Association's Greener Gadgets This site is a great source for information about buying green as well as a nationwide list of certified e-cycling locations. We hope that these resources help. Gazelle is not affiliated with nor do we endorse any of the services above. Please use your own judgement to ensure your confidence when choosing a recycling option. ecoATM ecoATM is a renowned leader in reducing electronic waste and finding value in gently used electronics. ecoATM offers a simple and safe way to sell and recycle devices, all while taking the initiative to create a greener planet. ecoATM kiosks are located in malls, grocery retailers and Walmart stores across the nation.