As we continue to advance our phone technology, cell phone users rapidly replace their old models with newer ones. But, what do you do with your old phone? Recycle it with Project Saving Species.
In 2011 we collected more than 19,000 phones
In 2012 the total was 11, 010
In 2013 – 16,612
In 2014 – 15,699 devices
Help us raise the bar in 2015! Contact us to get started.
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Students from all over the U.S. are going bananas…Why?
Learn how to participate here.
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The Zoo partners with Eco-Cell, a Louisville-based company that donates the recycled phones for emergency purposes upon request.
First and foremost, Eco-Cell reuses and resells as many items as they can for consumption. Cell phones that cannot be reused are recycled with Access FTC. Access aggregates the material and sends it to MPC. MPC than preps the material and sends it to UMICORE in Belgium.
All accessories are recycled with HOBI.
Batteries that cannot be reused are sent to Access FTC. Access FTC recycles batteries with MCT.
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Contact us at Savingspecies@cincinnatizoo.org or call 513-475-6154
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