Where Can I Recycle Used Headphones? WCI Weds
Headphones (especially broken ones) are tricky to recycle since not many companies take them. You can DIY turn them into speakers, but I do not have the patience for that one. Plus, broken headphones won’t work for this project.
Where to Recycle Used Headphones
Luckily, thinksound has come to my rescue with a recycling program. Download the headphones recycling form on their website, and mail it along with as many headphones to their New Hampshire location. You get a 15% discount off your next purchase with them (25% if the headphones are thinksound brand).
Plus, thinksound has a sustainable mission, described on their site: thinksound™ began with a simple goal; to create incredible sounding headphones with the smallest eco-footprint possible. Our headphones are made with real wood, creating a more natural resonance and unparalleled acoustics.
We reached out, and CEO Aaron Fournier was nice enough to explain how thinksound was born: ” I started thinksound after years of developing audio for other companies and I was frustrated when no one would take any of my eco design ideas seriously.” He also said they’ve partnered with a company that strips down and recycles the individual components of the headphones. Obviously, people are loving this recycling program.
And we do too! thinksound will be getting a nice, thick envelope from me soon. And gain a customer after I receive a 15% off voucher in my inbox.
Editors note: Thinksound did not sponsor or reach out to us for our post – We stumbled upon them and wanted to share their mission. If you know of other greening music initiatives, please feel free to comment below or send us an email!