st. Louis – As millions of Americans celebrate Christmas and tear apart tens of thousands of new gadgets, gizmos, trinkets and appliances, many of us are left wondering what to do with old and used technology. prize.
Throwing your old headphones, vacuum cleaner, smartphone, or computer in the trash can wind up toxic materials into your local landfill. And it’s not good for the environment.
Best Buy lets people recycle or trade in old electronics at all 50 stores in the state and Puerto Rico. It doesn’t matter where you bought it, who made it, or how old it is. Best Buy will take over.
Box store retailers can recycle up to three items per day, per household, for free. I will take you home.
The store also offers gift cards as part of the company’s trade-in program.
Don’t live near a Best Buy? Or do you want to take your old gadgets elsewhere? No problem; I was.