How It Works

Cell Phone Recycling for Charity – It’s Easy and Secure!  All you have to do is send us your cell phones or tablets (FREE postage for 3+ phones) and we take care of the rest! The best part is your favorite charity benefits from your recycled phones! Learn more about how cell phone recycling works.

Items We Recycle

SecondWave accepts iPhones, iPads, smartphones, tablets and even older cell phones. We even accept broken or cracked devices! Remember that the more phones you recycle, the more the charity receives! Learn more about the items we recycle.

Cell Phone Recycling is Easy…

Cell Phone Recycling is Easy

Cell phone recycling with SecondWave is easy! Dig deep into your junk drawers and find your old iPhones, smartphones, tablets or cell phones. The great part is that shipping is free for 3+ phones!

Cell Phone Recycling is Easy

Clear your data, accounts and other personal data off your devices, print off a label, and then safely package your phones in a small box or padded envelope.

Cell Phone Recycling Step 3

Send your phones to us and we’ll do the rest! It’s easy and free. Best of all, each donated phone helps take care of the environment, supports veterans and makes a difference in the community.

150,000+

# of Recycled Cell Phones Since 2011

SecondWave Recycling Employee

“What a fabulous idea for used cell phones! I’m so glad I found you. And, everything is so efficient and you donate to charity as well. What could be better!”  Jane B.

About Us:

SecondWave Recycling was started by a family that has a passion for taking care of the environment and making a difference in the community. To do this, we partner with non-profits and other amazing causes to help in their fundraising efforts through cell phone recycling.

Since 2011, SecondWave Recycling has grown from that single idea to a company that has worked hard everyday to make a difference.   Dedicated to helping non-profits fundraise, we define our success the same way our partners do:

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