YouRenew’s service has been highlighted by a variety of outlets...

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New Life for Aging Gadgets
July 10th, 2010

Electronic recycling is not as popular as paper and plastic but one Connecticut-based company is offering cash to do it.
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Phone Home: This Device Still Works
April 20th, 2010

A green-friendly startup is breathing new life into old electronics...
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Turning Devices Into Dollars
February 15th, 2010

His challenge: How to dispose of the old cell phones and other devices responsibly. He searched the Internet and found YouRenew.com, a company that pays money for electronics...
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New Business Lets People Trade Gadgets for Cash
February 1st, 2010

Richard Littlehale and Bob Casey launched the green tech company YouRenew.com last March in New Haven, Conn. The Web site lets people trade old gadgets for cash. Littlehale and Casey tell NPR's Robert Siegel about how and why they started their business...
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Business Week Top 25 Entrepreneurs Under 25
October 6th, 2009

YouRenew pays cash for used electronics traded-in online and resells most of what it collects to wholesalers or on eBay (EBAY) or Amazon.com (AMZN). Yale students Rich Littlehale and Bob Casey launched the site...
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CNN: It pays to recycle
July 9th, 2009

YouRenew was featured on CNN! Watch the video: “Handing out cold hard cash on the streets of New York! Not a sight many are used to, but the founders of YouRenew.com did just that -- pay money, in this case between $100 and $160, in exchange for used iPhones outside Apple's flagship New York store...”
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ThrillList: YouRenew
July 1st, 2009

Being good is always easier when you get something out of it, like when your parents offered to buy you a toy if you could sit still in church, and later, when the entire congregation did the same by giving you all that money in a bowl. Paying you to be good to the environment, YouRenew...
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Get paid to recycle your old electronics with YouRenew.com!
July 1st, 2009

Got some old electronics lying around that you couldn’t sell on Craigslist or at last weekend’s garage sale? Then log on to YouRenew.com, and in three easy steps, get paid to recycle. Cell phones, MP3 players, calculators, DVDs, external drives, digital cameras… the list goes on and on. Best of all, it’s a free service, and it only takes two minutes...
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Recycling Electronics
June 24th, 2009

Landfills are filling up with old electronics and the dangerous and toxic materials they contain. You can recycle them, though, and get some cash in the process. The site yourenew.com claims to help you turn your old products into cash in a simple few steps...
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The Green Show: iPhones for Cash
June 24th, 2009

We were featured on CNET TV. Watch the video, and see clips from our NYC trip and a demo of the website.
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The Land of Misfit Electronics
June 23rd, 2009

With the release of the new iPhone 3G S on June 19, thousands of devoted Apple fanatics found themselves shipping their old phones to the land of bygone toys. As technology grows and changes at an exponential rate, electronics of all kinds are constantly being replaced by bigger, better and faster versions. A local web start up, YouRenew.com, is trying to take those misfit gadgets off your hands by offering cash for old gadgets...
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Opening Day: The iPhone 3G S
June 19th, 2009

We were mentioned in a post from the NYTimes Bits Blog in its coverage of the iPhone 3G S release.
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ABCNews.com: 5 Tips for Nabbing Tech on the Cheap
May 17th, 2009

Hi, everyone! We were recently featured in ABCNews.com in “5 Tips for Nabbing Tech on the Cheap.” This was the second time we were featured in ABCNews.com; here is the first article: “Earth Day Tips: 7 Easy Ways to Conserve Energy and Save Money.”
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YouRenew wants to pay you for recycling your tech
May 13th, 2009

It’s good to know that many entrepreneurs are still molded at an early age, despite all the doom and gloom that young people have been pelleted with for months along with the rest of us. Yale University student Rich Littlehale, 22, has founded a company, YouRenew, that collects and recycles or redistributes about a half-dozen or so electronics categories...
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With few businesses hiring, students start their own
May 12th, 2009

The Christian Science Monitor did an article on student entrepreneurship, and YouRenew.com got mentioned: With unemployment at a 25-year high and job prospects dim, more college students are looking to start their own businesses. Many are turning to on-campus entrepreneurship centers, which are reporting an upsurge in student interest. And while starting a business in this economic climate may be challenging, students are finding there are advantages, too...
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New Haven company proves it pays to recycle
April 14th, 2009

In an age when cell phones and other electronic devices quickly become seemingly obsolete as soon as a newer model hits the market, a start-up company aims to take unwanted gadgets off consumers’ hands. The site, YouRenew.com, recently was launched by TwigTek LLC, a company started last year by two Yale University students, Rich Littlehale and Bob Casey...
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New Haven Independent: Call’s Waiting, For Your Celly
April 14th, 2009

How many old cell phones do you have hidden away in your desk or dresser drawer? They might be worth some bucks — or at least you can recycle them responsibly, thanks to a new business started by a couple of Yale undergrads...
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