Welcome to Recycle My Cell — Canada’s national recycling program for mobile devices.
Recycle My Cell links participating cell phone recycling programs together, making it easier for you to determine how and where you can dispose of your used wireless device.
By using Recycle My Cell, you’ll be able to find a drop-off location in your area that will accept your device — cell phones, smartphones, wireless PDAs, cell phone batteries and pagers — regardless of brand or condition. And if you can’t come to one of our locations, we’ll gladly accept your device through the mail, free of charge.
Why recycle? Keeping your cell phone out of the local landfill helps the environment and supports some great causes. A small effort on your part makes a big difference.
About this Site
Recycle My Cell is a national industry initiative led by the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) along with its members (wireless manufacturers and service providers) to raise awareness about mobile device recycling.
Recycle My Cell increases consumer awareness of the recycling initiatives currently provided by service providers and manufacturers. The goal of this program is to minimize the number of handsets entering Canada’s landfills.
Recycle My Cell is made possible with participation from: Bell Aliant, Bell, BlackBerry, Eastlink, FIDO, GEEP Inc., GREENTEC, Koodo, LG Electronics Canada, Inc., Lynx Mobility, Microsoft, MTS, ProMobility, Rogers Communications, Samsung Electronics Canada Inc., SaskTel, Sony of Canada, Tbaytel, TELUS, The Source, Videotron and Virgin Mobile Canada.
Recycle My Cell was created and is maintained by the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association. CWTA is the authority on wireless issues, developments and trends in Canada. It represents cellular, PCS, messaging, mobile radio, fixed wireless and mobile satellite service providers as well as companies that develop and produce products for the industry.
For more information, visit CWTA.ca