Decluttering Old Mobile Phones
Too often we leave decluttering our house until we have to move house. That is when we discover a draw or box filled with unwanted and old mobile phones. Whilst some old handsets are passed on to family or friends, over half are kept in storage adding to our household clutter. The number of old mobile phones being kept in storage at home or work continues to grow. MobileMuster estimates that there are 25.5 million old mobile phones cluttering up our lives.
Getting rid of old and unwanted mobile phone clutter is easy. All you have to do is recycle your mobiles and accessories with MobileMuster, and encourage others to do the same. MobileMuster is the Australian mobile phone industry's official product stewardship program. It provides a free mobile phone recycling program that accepts all brands and types of mobile phones, plus their batteries, chargers and accessories. There are over 3500 collection sites throughout Australia.
MobileMuster provides a safe and easy disposal for old mobile phones. Each and every phone MobileMuster receives is dismantled and recycled, and any data left on the handset is destroyed through the recycling process.
By decluttering your mobile phones you will be getting rid of household items that are taking up space and not providing any benefit to you. Decluttering will give you a better idea if what you have storied in the drawers and hopefully you will be able to find the important things more quickly and easily.
You can drop-off your mobile phone at a local collection site or mail in your old mobile phone for free.
 MobileMuster Annual Report 2011-12.