launches the R3 Reuse, Reclaim, Recycle Program

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ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY - April 19, 2010 launches the R3 reuse, reclaim, recycle program online for consumers to coincide with Earth Day. In addition to offering energy-saving electronic products, now offers a way to recycle those products. The R3 reuse, reclaim, recycle program offers a simple and proper way to dispose of your unwanted cell phones, game media, GPS and other hand-held electronics.

Many other like programs only accept cell phones for recycling. "We are taking the recycling industry to another level". Says Scott Dantis, "We aren't limiting our efforts to just cell phones, we know there is a demand for the recycling of other hand held electronics and we want to lead the way to this initiative."

In addition to reducing landfill waste, a consumer may receive a value for their trade in. Depending on the condition of your electronic device, you could receive a check, or donate the value to charity. It's so simple that anyone can do it. Just log-in, choose your model and style, appraise the condition and we'll calculate the value. If you agree, you can printout a free shipping label and mail in. There is no cost to the consumer for this service, only value. Devices received are either refurbished or recycled, which reduces landfill waste and manufacturer demand for raw materials. Accepted devices are HDTVs, flat panel monitors, laptop and desktop computers, mobile phones, game media, car audio players, GPS and amplifiers and more.

Scott Dantis adds, "We're pleased to bring this service to in time to celebrate Earth Day. can now help consumers unlock the value of their unwanted electronics; so they can purchase the latest technologies and feel good knowing they are helping the environment." Consumers can now simply go online to to get an appraisal for what their items are worth and how to exchange them for a value, while helping the environment."

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