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How to responsibly get rid of the stuff you’ve decluttered

Graphic by James Bareham / The Verge

Now that Apple’s latest iPhones are using USB-C cables instead of the traditional Lightning cables, anyone who upgrades to a new iPhone may find themselves with a lot of excess cables. If you’re one of those unfortunates, what do you plan to do with them?

While we’re always being told how to simplify our crammed living spaces and get rid of all the stuff we’re no longer using or wearing, it’s often hard to figure out just how to do it responsibly without adding to the world’s excess trash.

Because just dumping them isn’t an option. Reusing and recycling old and unneeded stuff has become an important aspect of the push to preserve the world’s environment. Many states and urban areas are mandating the recycling of tech, metals, paper…

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