Here are some simple instructions and guide on how and where to recycle your goods of everyday use that has either no more in the usable conditions or out of fashion: —
Donate your old wireless phone. Recycled phones go overseas to people who can’t get regular telephone service, or to people in abusive relationships. Drop your phone or phone parts at any Sprint PCS or Staples chain store, or see CollectiveGood or WirelessRecycling.com for mailing information.
Recycle your computer floppy disks. The disks, which are effectively brand new, are erased, formatted, tested, labeled, and reused. Defective disks and tapes, directly sent to the company are shredded and recycled with the plastic and metal. For more information, link to GreenDisk, Inc.
Gift your old lenses to someone in need. Collected eyeglasses are cleaned, repaired and measured to determine the correction. Another option is to have your old glasses tinted to turn them into into sunglasses. The Lions Clubs collect glasses from thousands of opticians. Organizations that accept eyewear by mail includes New Eyes for the Needy.