iPods are now wanted by RPC Recycle, one of the UK's leading mobile phone recyclers.
Online PR News – 13-October-2010 – – RPC Recycle, one of the UK’s leading mobile phone recyclers, has announced it is to buy Apple iPods in addition to the wide range of mobile devices it currently purchases from members of the public. Unwanted or no longer used iPods can be recycled through the RPC Recycle website.
The news comes as recent research has estimated that around 22% of Britons own an Apple iPod that they no longer use. RPC recycle either refurbish the units for reuse, or otherwise break them down in accordance with WEEE regulations.
RPC Recycle’s success is founded on being able to offer some of the most attractive prices available on mobile phone devices from brands that include BlackBerry, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Apple, LG and Motorola. In addition to recouping some cost to owners of mobile phones, recycling with RPC Recycling also ensures that mobile devices are not put in landfill sites where they can pollute the land for many years.
iPods are bought in the same straight-forward way as mobile phones after customers select their model through the easy-to-use search facility. A free recycling pack is then sent out in which the iPod is returned to the freepost address. Recorded delivery can be used for more valuable units. After the unit is checked and approved by a technician, payment is made via BACS, Paypal or cheque within 2 working days.
Cash sums are paid for iPods that range from the 1st generation iPod classic through to the 32GB 2nd generation iPod Touch.