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UNICOR Federal Prison Industries

Phone:


http://www.unicor.gov

UNICOR's unique, full service recycling program is an integrated part of a national e-scrap solution. UNICOR's commitment to the environment extends to its vendors, who are required to sign no-landfill certifications, follow a restrictive export policy, and agree to site inspections.

Send us your worn out, obsolete, computers. Recycle your electronic scrap, keeping it out of landfills. Buy our reconditioned equipment and recycled materials.

Kodaks Recycling Program

Phone:


http://www.kodak.com

Accepts Kodak single-use cameras for recycling. The time from collection to reclamation to the store shelf can be as short as 30 days. For more details about the recycling program, visit the web site and do a search for "recycling cameras"

Life Span Technology Recycling
4650 S. Leyden St., Denver
Phone: 888-720-0900


http://www.lifespantechnology.com

Sustainable computer recycling for businesses, municipalities and non-profits. Accepts unwanted technology equipment (computers, printers, monitors, telephone gear, fax machines, network gear). Onsite pick-up.

Metech Recycling
500 West 53rd Pl., Denver
Phone: 720-377-7700


http://www.metechrecycling.com

Metech Recycling accepts and deconstructs various types of e-waste, including computers and electronics. We are a genuine recycler (no landfilling, no incineration, and no exporting to third world countries). Data destruction guarantees.

Eco-Thrift
208 N. Howes St., Fort Collins
Phone: 970-484-4224


http://www.eco-thrift.com

See Eco-Thrift website for specific details.

Wireless Alliance
1898 S. Flatiron Court, Suite140, Boulder
Phone: 866-366-5791


http://www.thewirelessalliance.com

Provides free cell phone and other electronics recycling service via pre-paid mail. See website for details.

Best Buy
4040 S. College Ave., Fort Collins
Phone: 970-225-6003


http://www.bestbuy.com/recycling

Accepts cell phones, rechargeable batteries, printer cartridges, CDs, DVDs, and many electronics for recycling for no fee. Does not accept alkaline batteries. Some items accepted for trade-in credit. See website for details.