There are an estimated three dead cellphones in the junk drawers of every American home today. It’s believed that over 500,000 phones are replaced every day in the United States, which means one thing: This technology should be recycled. The company EcoPhones wants to help solve this issue and help charities, schools and churches raise money, too. The company pays for every old phone it receives, no matter if the phone works. It also accepts inkjet cartridges and tablet devices for recycling. To learn how to end e-waste and raise money, visit recyclingfundraiser.com.