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I got this email from my sister Abbey:
Well, not new. I mean recycle something you have never recycled before. I am going to start with some of those old cell phones that I haven’t ever been able to figure out what to do with.
We’re a non-profit coalition of Police Departments, Sheriff’s Offices, Battered Women’s Shelters, Neighborhood Watch Groups, Community Service Organizations and Senior Citizen Centers. We take your donated phone and convert it into a 911 emergency only phone and give it back to our coalition partners for distribution.
If you don’t want to stop there and want to start to e-cycle the rest of your electronics, the EPA maintains partnerships with a whole bunch of retailers where you can take your stuff to discard of properly. The list is here.
Now that would be a good idea that I am sure a lot of children would like. In fact I think there already is a few reality shows mining that topic.
Free Rice is one of those sites where you click on it and you do something good. Although with Free Rice you do more than just click. You play a game and the more answers you get right, the more people you have fed. You leave with knowledge and the UN has supplied more hungry people with more food. Everybody wins!