Recyclable Electronics Experience Another Increase in Value

The market values of another 100 different models of cell phones, ink and laser cartridges has increased this month, allowing Cartridges for Kids to increase payments to their recyclers who send in these items.
By: cfktoday
May 3, 2010 - PRLog -- Organizations and individuals who recycle with CFK now have the opportunity to increase their earnings even more, as another 100 cell phones and printer cartridges have increased in market value.
Higher market values of items means more earnings for the thousands of schools and organizations who use CFK as a fundraiser. While any type of group can enroll in the program, schools, scouting troops, churches, sports teams, and animal shelters are among CFK's most popular recyclers.
Emily Davis, a CFK representative, thanks the recent popularity of the 'green movement' for the increased values. "Recycling is doing really well and it's very exciting," she said. "We are fortunate to be able to pay our participants even more for their items!"

Participation involves enrolling (to receive free fliers, posters, and free shipping labels), collecting used electronics, and sending them to CFK. Participants receive a monthly check for the market value of items sent the previous month.
For a complete list of items accepted and their values, visit
For more information on the program, visit

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CFK was launched nationwide in 1999.  Since its inception, this recycling program for schools and non-profits has helped organizations fundraise over $13 million. CFK is free for participants, and dedicated to recycling or reusing responsibly.
Tags:Money, Recycling, Electronics, Fundraiser
Industry:Education, Electronics, Environment
Location:Loveland - Colorado - United States
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