TORRANCE, California–Feb 11th, 2011–Flipswap a global leader in consumer electronics buyback programs has now partnered with ONE Macedonia. Flipswap will be providing ONE with its renowned in-store trade-in platform; this is the first recycling project of this type in the Republic of Macedonia.
In late January 2011, ONE launched the in-store trade-in program in all 26 of their retail locations across Macedonia. The program is set up so anyone can go to a ONE store and exchange their old handset for credit towards the purchase of a new device or an electronic prepaid recharge.
“ONE is setting a new standard in Macedonia for the reuse and recycling of mobile devices. By adding Flipswap to their service offering ONE can pay customers to be green. This is key to creating a future of sustainable consumer electronics, and a true win, win, win for ONE, their customers, and the environment.” Says Sohrob Farudi, Co-founder and General Manager of Flipswap Europe.
As one of the fastest growing private companies in the US today, Flipswap continues to successfully pursue company growth by launching their trade-in platform with retailers and network operators around the world, this time in the Republic of Macedonia. Flipswap, with partners in North and South America, Europe and South Africa, is dedicated in its effort to reduce eWaste accumulation in landfills all over the world. Since its launch in 2005, Flipswap has collected millions of devices for re-distribution or recycling thus diverting them from becoming e-waste in landfills.
Flipswap, the global leader in consumer electronics (CE) buyback programs is committed to reducing eWaste globally. The Company acquires CE devices in order to resell or recycle them in an environmentally-friendly manner and in doing so, extends the lifespan for CE products that are still usable. Flipswap has created a unique method of collecting CE devices by partnering with a wide array of retailers, e-tailers, device manufacturers and websites. Since its launch in 2005, Flipswap has managed millions of device buybacks, preventing them from ending up in landfills.Back to Flipswap News