If your iMac has seen better days, or your iPad has finally given up, it can be hard to know what to do with them. How can you safely dispose of them, so your data is kept safe, you don’t have old devices cluttering up your house, and you aren’t adding another old device to landfill? Apple devices can be traded in and recycled at DV Computers.
What Is Apple Trade-In?
If you upgrading your device, you can take it to a store like DV Computers to trade it in. They will give you an estimated value of the device, depending on age and working order. If you accept the quote, and the store accepts the device is in the condition you said it was, you get credit to spend on a new Apple device.
Can I Recycle Apple Devices?
Yes. At DV Computers, we will recycle any Apple device and devices from brands that Apple own. Bring your old device, whether it’s a MacBook or an Apple keyboard, and our store and we will make sure it is recycled in a responsible way instead of ending up in landfill. Newer devices in good condition can be wiped and refurbished for resale as a secondhand device. You may be able to get credit in return too.
Bring your batteries or any old Apple device to DV Computers to have them responsibly recycled, for free.
What Happens When I Recycle An Apple Device?
We you hand in your old device, it will be inspected thoroughly. If it is in good working condition, it can be refurbed and sold on to a new owner. If it isn’t working, it will be recycled in a way that is environmentally responsible.
Can I Put Electrical Devices In General Household Waste?
No. Any old electronics and batteries should be collected and recycled separately from your household waste. There are important materials in these devices that need to be recycled in a particle way. Some of these raw materials can be used as new material. Other electronics contain substances that could be harmful, so must be disposed of very carefully. Apple takes their responsibility to the environment seriously, so takes recycling seriously.
When an electronic device reaches the end of its life with you, you can’t put it in your general household waste. It must be taken to a designated collection point that is geared up to handle these devices, or recycled responsibly. By doing this, you’re helping to conserve important natural resources and making sure you are recycling in a way that protects the environment and the health of others.
All Apple stores and many specialist computer stores, such as DV Computers you can take your old devices and recycle them responsibly. If you don’t do this, your device will probably end up in landfill, where it can leak harmful materials. Whether you decide to take your device to a local authority collection point, your local Apple store, or a store like DV Computers, you’re doing your bit for the environment.