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Recycling

Commitment to Customers, Commitment to the Environment

According to StEP (Solving the E-Waste Problem), an estimated 65.1 million tons of damaged, obsolete or simply unwanted electronic devices were discarded as e-waste in 2012. Much of what we call “e-waste” is not waste at all but rather whole electronic equipment or parts that can gain new life through reuse or recycling. As a global producer of computer products, a local citizen of the communities we serve, and a steward of the planet we share, Dell has a responsibility to recover used electronics and recycle them properly. By recycling products safely, we protect the health of people and the planet. Dell provides multiple convenient recycling options for customers to safely dispose their end-of-life computer equipment and lower their environmental footprint.

Recycling for BusinessDell Asset Resale and Recycling
Asset Resale and Recycling services protect and remove your business' sensitive data.
christina foundationDonate your Dell to the National Cristina Foundation (NCF)
The NCF enables you to find local non-profits, schools and public agencies to donate used technology.

Ink and TonerPrinter supplies recycling
Free* and responsible ways to recycle your Dell ink and toner cartridges.
e-wasteDell bans e-waste exports
Dell was the first to ban e-waste exports to developing countries in 2009 and has received the highest ranking by the Electronics Takeback Coalition.
recycle your dell through our mailback serviceRecycle your Dell through our Mail-Back Service
Recycle your Dell equipment and non-Dell equipment by simply sending it to us.
Dell worldwide recycling programsDell worldwide recycling programs
There are several e-cycling options around the world.
find dell recycling programs by provinceFind recycling programs by province
Find out your province's recycling regulation and related provincial programs.
Recycling FAQRecycling FAQ
Get answers to all your questions on recycling, e-waste and green IT.
environmental policies and complianceEnvironmental policies and compliance
Dell maintains specific policies for recycling old equipment.
* Depending on the remote area of the province/territory in which you reside, this recycling service may not be available through this program and/or may not be available for free. Please contact Recycling_Canada@dell.com for more information.




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