The mobile phone recycling industry has been with us for around 5 years now and this has grown independently from mobile phones to other electrical items such as digital cameras and MP3 players.

To help with the clearing peoples homes from old unwanted electrical items like digital cameras and MP3 players the Royal Mails mobile phone recycling service known as Simply Drop is offering people the chance to recycle their old electrical items and these are not limited to just old mobile phones.

The mobile phone recycling industry has been with us for around 5 years now and this has grown independently from mobile phones to other electrical items such as digital cameras and MP3 players.

To help with the clearing peoples homes from old unwanted electrical items like digital cameras and MP3 players the Royal Mails mobile phone recycling service known as Simply Drop is offering people the chance to recycle their old electrical items and these are not limited to just old mobile phones.

This is good news for people who have these old and unwanted or un-used items lying around in their homes taking up unnecessary space. It means people can replace or recycle these old digital cameras and more for cash!

Simply Drop have been giving people cash for digital cameras and more for the past several years but their website has been updated to handle also digital cameras such as Nikon, Cannon, Hitachi cameras etc.

Simply Drop offer people a few payment methods when choosing how to be paid. They used to pay by SMS text message code which you could take to your local Post Office to get cash there and then. However Simply Drop now pay by bank transfer to your bank, cheque or postal order which can be redeemed for cash also.

Aside from helping people to get cash for their old or unwanted digital cameras and mobile phones. Simply Drop are also having a helping effect on the environment as well by recycling old electronic equipment as most of it can just end up in a landfill site which can contaminate the environment for many years after by spewing harmful, hazardous chemicals and elements into the ground and water supply.

www.postofficerecycling.com explains much more about how it all works and the benefits it can have. Both on the planet and on your wallet. And this seems to be working as many people have used Simply Drop to success. Simply Drop send you out a free-post envelope for you to send in your items and pay you promptly within 3 days.

If you have any old digital cameras, mobile phones, MP3 players and even ink cartridges lying around be sure to visit www.postofficerecycling.com to see how much money you can get.