In an effort to support and assist children in need, by teaming up with Shriner’s Hospitals for Children, and to improve the environment, CPR has created a recycling program. The program allows customers to turn in their devices to CPR to be recycled. A portion of the earnings made from recycling will go towards Shriner’s Hospitals for Children to support children in need, and by recycling products waste will be reduced and help to support a healthier environment. CPR will accept nearly all cell phones and electronic devices, including iPhones, iPads, computer monitors, video game consoles, and more, regardless of the condition the items are received.
Shriner’s Hospitals for Children is a network of hospitals spread across
Additionally the recycled cell phones and devices will assist in improving the health of the environment. Landfills are growing around the planet by the throwing away of products and materials unnecessarily, which could be recycled instead. By recycling products the growth of landfills is slowed, and a larger proportion of the environment is left to flourish. According to statistics, over 80% of products and materials used by consumers can be recycled (according to the article,
By creating a recycling program CPR has offered two great benefits: the opportunity to improve the medical care of children around the world through Shriner’s Hospitals for Children, and the opportunity to improve the environment by reusing cell phones and other electronic devices.
For repairs and the recycling of cell phones and mobile devices, from iPhones to mobile gaming systems, check out CPR -- authorized cell phone repair center -- on the web at http://www.cpr-stlouis.com.
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