Outdated electronics granted second lives

ROUSSEAU AURELIEN last year launched Second Rotation, which buys or recycles old cell phones, laptops, cameras and other products people no longer use. /
ROUSSEAU AURELIEN last year launched Second Rotation, which buys or recycles old cell phones, laptops, cameras and other products people no longer use. /
The outdated cell phone or laptop you have hanging around the house could have a cash value. At the least, it should be recycled. A new company called Second Rotation can help in either case. Rousseau Aurelien, CEO of Waltham, Mass.-based Second Rotation, launched the Web site SecondRotation.com in July 2007. The site allows users…

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