Recycle & Reward

Want to support our troops and wounded veterans while keeping America free of electronic waste? Veterans Advantage is doing just that, and we need your help! Send us your old cell phone, and we will recycle it and use the funds from your donation to Give the Gift of VetRewards to those who need it most.

Our Recycle & Reward campaign was first launched in partnership with the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority on September 11th, 2003, to help support our troops overseas and serve as a memorial to the lives we lost in the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001.

Today, the Recycle & Reward campaign has expanded to give the gift of VetRewards to wounded veterans, Medal of Honor recipients and their spouses, student veterans, and other deserving men, women, and families who have served.

Interested in recycling your old cell phone, used laptops or tablets, empty inkjet or toner cartridges, e-readers or other electronic devices for a good cause? It’s easy - just mail your unwanted electronics to Veterans Advantage, described below.

Shipping Guidelines: Sending a lot of stuff? Our recycler will pay for your shipment!

Laptop, Phones, Palm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • To have our recycler send you a shipping label for free, the15/15 Rule applies= Send 15 cell phones OR 15 laser cartridges OR a combination of the two in one box, PLUS any other items on our pricelist.

  • Please email [email protected] or call 1.800.420.0235 for a free shipping label, or if you have any questions.

  • If you do not meet the requirements for 15/15 criteria, you have the option of mailing the items at your own cost to:

    Veterans Advantage
    c/o Cartridges for Kids, A Waste Management Company
    451 W 69th Street
    Loveland , CO 80538


    phone: 1-800-420-0235

    Recycle & Reward appreciates your efforts and understanding as the guidelines change to help reduce shipping costs.

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Battle of the Bulge Military & Veterans Life Cover Story: 75 Years Later, an Inside Look of Heroism During Battle of the Bulge Seventy-five years ago this month, on 17 January 1945, the so-called “Battle of the Bulge” had pretty much ended.  American and British troops had flattened the December German protrusion into Luxembourg and Belgium.  A desperate German rear guard was trying to stem an inexorable Allied advance eastwards.  Nowhere was that more evident than in the tiny Luxembourg village of Oberwampach located close to the Belgian border.  The next step to the rear for the Germans was into their homeland.  Their commanders were determined to stop the U.S. Army’s 358th Infantry Regiment of the 90th Infantry Division from driving them out of their defensive positions.

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