According to Gartner, world-wide cell phone handset sales were 1.211 Billion in 2009. And, the number of cell phone subscriptions are now 4.6 Billion. Can we assume, that included inside of each of those 1.211 Billion new cell phone boxes, is a recycling baggie just like the ones pictured above? Warning – Math Problem Ahead [...]
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Cells for Cells announces new partnership with Midwest’s largest trash and recycling company, Deffenbaugh Industries, to recycle used cell phones for cancer support.
Cells for Cells super partner, Perceptive Software, recycled 280 cell phones in June of this year. Paul Arnhold, corporate communications manager, invited me for this short interview to discuss why we raise money for families battling cancer.