When you buy an iPhone or iPad, you can choose to recycle it, which is good for the environment and the environment’s health.

But recycling electronics can be a bit confusing and expensive.

Here are a few things to keep in mind:If you’re using an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to take your phone to the recycling center, there’s a good chance that your smartphone is a “manufactured” device that is not eligible for recycling, according to a recent report by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

The agency estimates that there are 2.8 billion devices in the U to recycle each year.

To put that in perspective, that’s the equivalent of more than 8.6 million automobiles, according a study by the EPA.

To recycle an iPhone is as simple as buying a new one, putting it in the recycling bin and leaving it there.

The device will then be destroyed.

The only thing left to do is return the device to the retailer where it was purchased.

If you don’t have the money to do that, the retailer may sell the device for scrap or recycle it in an alternative way.

For more information, read about recycling the iPhone and iPod touch.