Sunnking, a prominent electronics recycling and ITAD company based in Brockport, NY, has joined forces with the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC, for their upcoming exhibit titled “Cellphone: Unseen Connections.” The exhibit focuses on the evolution of cell phones and their impact on society and the environment. Sunnking has contributed hundreds of locally recycled cell phones for display and will showcase employee profiles. As a company dedicated to sustainability and responsible electronics disposal, Sunnking is honored to be part of this exhibition and hopes to raise awareness about the importance of reducing e-waste.

Opening to the public on June 23, 2023, the “Cellphone: Unseen Connections” exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History offers interactive displays, video installations, and multimedia experiences that explore the history and significance of cell phones. Sunnking’s involvement highlights their commitment to environmentally responsible recycling and showcases their efforts to address the e-waste problem. Through their contribution and display on responsible electronics disposal, Sunnking aims to underscore the importance of reducing e-waste and provide a sustainable solution to the ongoing environmental challenges associated with discarded electronics.