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.
Started by two buddies out of a Yale dorm room, YR goads you into positively impacting the planet by offering to buy your old electronics for cash money, stepping up the earth's previous lowball offer of oxygen and water. Start by perusing the site's enormous canon of ditchable gadgets, either by fishing through fully stocked categories (laptops, cell phones, etc.), or searching by manufacturer/model number; next, fill out a quick questionnaire regarding your gadget's operation status, condition, and peripherals you can include (e.g., charger, box, manual), and YR'll use its proprietary market data analysis to instantly tell you how much they'll pay for it, in hopes of reselling it to people who couldn't afford/choose not to pay full price, or as a last resort send it to their "partner recycler", which is also how the Pimps Union is rebranding itself. Take their offer, and simply box up your goods, print out the pre-paid shipping bill, and send it over so they can confirm its condition's as you claimed; if it checks out, they'll pay you via PayPal or check, and if they disagree, you can either accept their revised offer or have them ship the crap back to you, because a scratched copy of Daddy Daycare has at least $2.75 worth of sentimental value.
Popular examples include a working 3G 32GB iPhone (up to $396 back), a 160GB PS3 ($182), a 120GB Zune ($109), and a MacBook Air, which will land you $650 to return to the collection plate, assuming the church lets you back in after that video turns up of you being such a good boy.