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Cell Phone Disposal – Los Angeles
 

Cell phone manufacturers and retailers make it easy for you to recycle your old cell phones, which can be harmful to the environment when disposed of improperly. Many wireless service providers that sell cell phones must accept them back for recycling at no cost to the customer. Additionally, there are many local resources for donating or selling your cell phones to charitable organizations.

Local L.A. Organizations that Accept Cell Phones for Recycling

  • Los Angeles has S.A.F.E. Centers that accept e-waste such as cell phones and other electronics for recycling. Click here to find the center closest to you.

  • For those areas that are not served by S.A.F.E. Centers, the City of Los Angeles holds mobile Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events. To participate in these events, bring your hazardous waste (no more than 15 gallons or 125 pounds) in its original, leak-proof container to the event site. Click here to view the schedule of upcoming events.

  • Also see Earth 911 for more resources about recycling cell phones and other items.

  • Collectivegood.com provides information about recycling cell phones, pagers and PDAs.

Manufacturer Take-Back Programs

The following cell phone service providers are all national and all accept old phones through their take back program. Click on their site and find the closest store to you.

National Retailer Take-Back Programs

If you didn't buy your cell phone directly from your provider, the following retailers will take your phone form you for free.

Online Resources for Selling or Trading Cell Phones

There are many online sites that offer a platform to either make money for your old phone or find someone to trade it to.

 
 
 
 
 
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