Launches iPod Recycling Program -- Turn Old iPods into Store Credit

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"This is the ultimate opportunity to recycle an old iPod that would either collect dust or add to landfill waste -- and receive a store credit for doing a green deed." says Mercia Tapping, President.

Using an online iPod value calculator, a visitor will know the estimated value of an iPod before choosing to recycle it. If a visitor chooses to accept the deal, an envelope will arrive at a door several days later for convenient mailing of the iPod. The store credit of up to $150 will be sent to the recipient for use, and can go towards the purchase of any eco-friendly items at It's that simple.

Link for details about the iPod recycling program and the online iPod value calculator:

About's mission is to support the needs of an eco-conscious community by offering an online eco friendly products shop that offers quality and style, environmental information and news, and ways to support green charities. They hope to educate and inspire everyone to minimize their impact on the planet, and strive to set an example to others by following green standards in their day to day business practices. is a division of Boston Green Goods Inc., located in Waltham, Massachusetts. Boston Green Goods owns a portfolio of healthy living catalog and internet web properties, and has a full-time staff of 35 employees in addition to warehouses on both the east and west coast. Some of our senior managers have been involved in environmentally conscious practices for over 30 years.

Mercia Tapping, President and CEO, co-founded a company called Energy Efficiency Corporation in 1973. The original company's mission was to create energy efficiencies by consulting to large corporations. is the online rebirth of Tapping's original company.

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