Headphones Recycling

Why Recycle Headphones?

Americans throw out between 300 and 400 million electronic devices every year, making the U.S. the world’s second-largest producer of e-waste (behind China). In recent years, nearly 60% of Americans threw away one or more electronic device rather than recycling them. The top three items discarded were charging cords, headphones, and cellular phones. E-waste is the fastest-growing type of waste, accounting for 70% of the toxic waste. It is imperative that each of us learn where and how to dispose of our electronic devices.

Thanks to recyclable headphones recycling programs for headphones and earbuds, it’s now easier and more convenient than ever to properly dispose of broken or outdated electronic items.

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Cyber Acoustics Headset Recycling Program

Your school can recycle any brand of wired computer peripherals with the Cyber Acoustics Headphone Recycling Program. To learn more about implementing a "green initiative" recycling program at your school, click below.