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 Business|
Recycle your business’ computer equipment through Dell’s Asset Resale and Recycling service. Dell helps businesses recycle e-waste responsibly while ensuring sensitive information never falls into the wrong hands.
Drop off your unwanted computer equipment, of any brand in any condition, at over 2,000 participating Goodwill® locations. Dell Reconnect is a program that resells or responsibly recycles old technology, while helping Goodwill put people back to work.
|National Cristina Foundation|
Dell is proud to partner with the National Cristina Foundation, an organization that enables you to find local non-profits, schools and public agencies in your area to donate your used technology and help people in need.
|Printer Supplies Recycling|
Recycle your old electronics through Dell’s Mail-Back Recycling program. Print a prepaid shipping label, package your products and either schedule a pickup with FedEx or drop them off at a location near you.
|Dell Global Recycling Programs|
Not in the United States? Find a recycling program in your country. Dell’s Global Recycling program not only meets or exceeds all local regulations, but ensures no electronics are exported to developing countries.