Cell phones

State law requires that retailers selling cell phones take back used cell phones at time of purchase.

For a complete list of options, see category Electronics.

Cell phones can also be donated to some non-profits.

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Locations

GreenDisk

NotesMail-back: collection system for CDs, diskettes, DVDs, ink cartridges, cell phones, video tapes, pagers, PDAs, and all of your "byte-sized" technotrash. Visit website for details.

Raley's Pharmacy - Windsor

8852 Lakewood Dr
Windsor, CA 95492

NotesDrop-off: cell phones are collected to benefit the Lion's Club.

Target - Rohnert Park

475 Rohnert Park Expy W.
Rohnert Park, CA 94928

NotesDrop off phones in collection bin at store entrance.

US Post Office Windsor

8800 Lakewood Dr
Windsor, CA 95492

NotesDrop-off: cell phones are collected to benefit the Lion's Club.

Walmart Vision Center

6650 Hembree Ln.
Windsor, CA 95492

NotesDrop-off: cell phones are collected to benefit the Lion's Club.

Windsor Chamber of Commerce

9001 Windsor Rd
Windsor, CA 95492

NotesDrop-off: cell phones are collected to benefit the Lion's Club.

Windsor Senior Center

9231 Foxwood Dr.
Windsor, CA 95492

NotesDrop-off: cell phones are collected to benefit the Lion's Club.

YWCA Domestic Violence Program

811 3rd St
Santa Rosa, CA 95404

NotesDrop-off: cell phones (any brand) collected to benefit local victims of domestic violence. Call first.