Sell iPhone in Kentucky
In KENTUCKY, electronic wastes are called 'brown goods.' Despite the irrelevant reference to the color 'brown,' the state of Kentucky identifies e-waste as any kind of electronic equipment that is no longer available or working. The term actually covers a wide range of electronic devices such as laptops and monitors, printers, scanners, tablet PCs and smartphones.
Kentucky laws strictly prohibit e-wastes in the landfills. Any electronic device that contains a circuit board has the potential to pass the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) limit for hazardous materials. If you throw away trash nondescriptly even if they contain materials that may not pass the TCLP, you may be compelled by the Environmental Protection Agency to register as a generator of hazardous waste.
Kentucky's official website lists some alarming data on the prevalence of these wastes in the state.
- Approximately 220 million tons of e-waste is generated annually in the U.S.
- The average life span of a computer today is two years.
- Consumers have, on average, two or three obsolete computers in their garages, closets or storage spaces.
- According to the EPA, the volume of e-waste is rising by 3-5 percent each year - almost three times faster than the municipal waste stream.
- Don't fall victim to identity theft due to improper disposal of your old computers. Properly dispose of your equipment in an environmentally friendly manner.
However, if the people of Kentucky want to take this opportunity to make money quickly and easily by simply trading in their used smartphones like Apple iPhones, they will be able to do so through Cash for iPhones!
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