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Not only do cell phones take up landfill space but they also present a huge hazard. Cell phones contain such toxic materials as lead, cadmium, nickel, and/or lithium. When placed in a landfill, these toxins will leech out and can contaminate the soil as well as the drinking water. Choosing to recycle cell phones will keep these toxins out of our landfills