Gazelle Pays $200M for Used Electronic Devices
Consumer electronics trade-in company Gazelle has paid $200 million to consumers for used devices, preventing e-waste from ending up in landfills.
Gazelle says it has accepted more than 2 million devices from more than 1 million customers.
In addition to paying people for old cell phones and other electronics, Gazelle has also launched a new service that allows people to buy Gazelle Certified pre-owned smartphones and tablets for less than they would pay for new devices.
Last month the Basel Action Network launched an online trading platform that will allow businesses to recycle used electronics with e-waste recyclers certified to the e-Stewards Standard.
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