Recycle cameras, Recycle Camcorders, Recycle Lenses and Flashes
You can also Recycle any other electronic devices
Digital cameras also often come with rechargeable nickel-cadmium or lithium-ion batteries, both of which contain elements that can be detrimental to humans if consumed in high enough quantities. Lead, a heavy metal, may be found in solder inside the camera.
None of these elements belong in a landfill or incinerator, where they can escape and damage water, soil and air. Instead, they should be reused in other products. By recycling metals, manufacturers do not have to buy as many raw materials that are dug out of environmentally-damaging mines. When it comes time to dispose of your digital camera,