We started Camera Exchange Store in order to encourage people to recycle and limit the environmental impact cameras can have!
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 31 August 2012
Camera Exchange store has recently launched their innovative recycling scheme which aims to tackle the problem of the environmental issues surrounding the disposal of electrical goods, in particular, old digital cameras. The scheme is intended to encourage recycling of such products, as opposed to simply disposing of, in addition to offering customers cash for their old cameras an incentive.
The increased emphasis on global climate change over the last decade or so has radically changed the way that people look at recycling. Once something that was done only the most conscientious amongst us, recycling is now widely available throughout the country, with around 41.5% of household waste being recycled by local authorities last year, an increase from 39.7% in the year previous (Source: defra.gov.uk). This increased awareness has led much of the public to think twice before simply throwing their rubbish away to sit in landfill sites and look for better, less harmful alternatives.
Because of this, there has been in an increase in the recycling of electrical goods too. Although many people believe that once their appliance is out-of-date it becomes obsolete and worthless, this is actually far from the case and in many instances, they can actually be dismantled in such a way that their parts can be recycled and reused. The majority of people will have heard of services for mobile phone recycling through television advertising, and this type is service is now available for a whole range of appliances, including digital cameras.
Camera Exchange Store was founded earlier on this year in order to tackle the impact of digital cameras on the environment, and to give users the opportunity to make a little extra cash. The company regularly undertake market research, and endeavour to provide their customers with a fair, realistic quote based on the current market, aiming to encourage people to recycle rather than throw away;
“We started Camera Exchange Store in order to encourage people to recycle and limit the environmental impact cameras can have” said Bahram Alinagni, “We thoroughly inspect each camera and take the parts that can be reused, ensuring their continuing usefulness. We don’t believe in throwing things away unnecessarily, and so we are always conscious of where we can re-market, re-brand and recycle. We also incentivise the customer by providing rates that are highly competitive in today’s market meaning that they can always be assured of a good deal when they come to us. The process is simple too. On our website you can find all the makes and models of camera we accept, all you have to do is select which model you own, wait up to two hours for your quote and then send it to us for free. Payment will be made by BACs transfer as soon as we receive the item. If the camera you want to sell isn’t featured on the site, you can also contact us and we will advise you further.”
Camera Exchange Store is an innovative new company based in London, UK specialising in the purchase of old digital cameras for recycling purposes.