Currys launches 'Cash for Trash' trial to clean up e-waste

Tom Allen
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E-waste is the fastest-growing waste stream in the world, and notoriously hard to handle
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E-waste is the fastest-growing waste stream in the world, and notoriously hard to handle

UK tech store Currys is trialling a trade-in system to swap old, unwanted tech for money-off vouchers at any of its outlets, to support World Recycling Day on the 18th March.

Running from today until the 15th April, Currys will accept any tech item 'with a trade-in value', even if it's broken, for at least a £5 voucher. Sellers can also get cash, or put the money toward...

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