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Welcome to Recycool - Recycling old mobile phones and printer cartridges

Recycool is the easiest way to recycle and raise money for your school. Recycling for cash not only helps your school raise funds but also benefits the environment too!

Mobile phone recycling and printer cartridge recycling is a great way to teach students about the importance of helping the environment whilst educating students on citizenship and enterprise. Recycool has many educational and practical resources for you to use and exciting competitions to win some great prizes.

Recycool currently has over 14,000 schools in the UK and Ireland recycling used printer cartridges and old mobile phones. By recycling mobiles, inkjets / toner / printer cartridges, Recycool schools have managed to raise over £1.4 million in cash. Recycool’s top collecting schools are earning hundreds of pounds in cash every year simply by recycling mobiles and cartridges.

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At Recycool we are constantly striving to improve our service to you. We value your opinion and welcome any comments or suggestions you may have.

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So whether you want to raise money for your school, recycle your used inkjet/ toner/ laser printer cartridges and old mobiles phones, help the environment or participate in some fantastic competitions and win some great prizes Recycool is here for you.
So what are you waiting for…? Check your latest account balance or click the sign up button to start recycling today!

Note: we recycle old mobile phones, used inkjet and toner/ laser printer cartridges. But unfortunately we cannot accept Epson.

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