Recycle your old Cell Phones
(and Pagers) for Orangutan Conservation

Happy Hollow Cell Phone Recycling ProgramHappy Hollow Park & Zoo™ has set-up a permanent collection point to collect unwanted cell phones/pagers.

Donate your used wireless phones and pagers at the Happy Hollow Entrance any day from 10:00am - 5:00pm or mail them to:

Happy Hollow
Cell Phone Recycle Program
1300 Senter Road
San Jose, CA 95112

For more information please call 408.794.6404

Thank you to Sam's Downtown Feed and Pet Supply for being a partner in Happy Hollow's Cell Phone Collection Program. Sam's has setup a collection box for their clients and empties it on a regular basis for us.

Happy Hollow has been collecting and recycling cell phones for several years and has raised over $13,000 for Orangutan conservation. Would you like to join us in our recycling efforts? Are you interested in collecting cell phones for Happy Hollow's collection program? Know a Troop or community group looking for a project to help protect our local environment and benefit orangutan conservation?

If you're interested in the idea of setting-up a collection box at your business or as a service project, please call 408.794.6404.


We would also like to thank Lexus of Steven's Creek for being a partner in Happy Hollow's Cell Phone Collection Program. Lexus of Steven's Creek also has a box for their clients for collection of cell phones to benefit orangutan conservation.


For each cell phone donated, Happy Hollow will receive funds from Eco-Cell - our cell phone conservation partner.
100% of the funds raised will be donated to the non-profit Orangutan Conservancy, who is helping to preserve one of the most critically-endangered species on earth, the Orangutan, and its habitat.

Everyone Benefits

  • The environment is protected from the toxic waste of discarded phones/pagers
  • Resources are saved by re-using cell phones/pagers
  • Habitats and animals are protected
  • You get rid of your old cell phone(s) and/or pager(s)



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