Fees as of February 1, 2019 
ProvinceProvincial Program DetailsFree* Dell Recycling Opportunities
Alberta (Alb.)The Province of Alberta (AB) passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect an environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into the Province of Alberta.

Under the current law and regulations, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Alberta will be subject to a provincial environmental fee:
  • Desktop and server computers, rack servers
$4.40
  • Notebook computers
$1.20
  • Displays under 30" (including TVs and monitors)
$4.00
  • Displays over 30" (including TVs and monitors)
$10.00
  • All-in-one computers
$4.00
  • Printers
$4.80

Details of the program can be found here:
http://www.albertarecycling.ca

Detailed product listings and elated fees can be found here: 
http://www.albertarecycling.ca/suppliers/electronics-suppliers

Implementation date: July 1, 2004  

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British Columbia (BC)The Province of British Columbia (BC) has passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect a provincial environmental fee for certain electronic devices sold into the Province of British Columbia. Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into British Columbia will be subject to an environmental fee:  
  • Desktop computers (includes IT/telecom and data center equipment 10–50 kg)
 $1.40
  • Portable computers (includes IT/telecom and data center equipment 2–10 kg)
 $1.00
  • Computer peripherals (includes all gaming peripherals, hard drives and lapdocks with no speakers)
 $0.20
  • Desktop printers (including POS printers)
 $1.25
  • Floor standing devices (includes IT/telecom >50 kg, floor printers and so on)
 $10.00
  • Display Devices up to 29"
 $7.00
  • Display Devices 30" - 45"
 $12.00
  • Display Devices 46" and up
 $28.00
  • Personal/portable audio and video devices (includes IT/telecom less than 2 kg, e-readers, magnetic-strip readers, handheld GPS and so on)
 $0.25
  • Home/non-portable audio and video devices (now includes projectors, musical instruments less than 200 kg and so on)
 $1.10
  •  Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players
 $1.10
  •  Home theatre in a box (HTB)
 $1.10

Program details can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/bc/

Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here: https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/bc/stewards/products-definitions-and-ehf/

Implementation date: August 1, 2018

British Columbia introduced Packaging Regulation that obligates brand owners and first importers to report amounts sold to British Columbia and remit payment for their safe recycling and disposal. Material includes printed paper and catalogues, corrugated and box board cardboard materials, and other paper packaging as well as plastic packaging. Brand owners are responsible for payment of these materials. Consumers are not being charged related fees. Details can be found here: https://recyclebc.ca/

Implementation date: May 2014

British Columbia introduced regulation regarding batteries that obligates brand owners and first importers to pay fees for the collection and safe disposal of these materials. Consumers can drop off their household batteries weighing less than 5 kg each at any of the Call2Recycle collection sites. There is no charge to consumers for recycling.

Program details can be found here:
http://www.call2recycle.ca/province/

Implementation date: May 1, 2014 
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Nova Scotia (NS)The Province of Nova Scotia has passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect a provincial environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into the Province of Nova Scotia. Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Nova Scotia will be subject to an environmental fee:
  • Desktop computers (CPU)
$2.50
  • All-in-one computers
$10.00
  • Laptops/netbooks 
$1.50
  • Display Devices up to 29" 
$10.00
  • Display Devices 30” - 45" 
$20.00
  • Display Devices 46" and up
$35.00
  • Desktop printers/printer combos 
$3.00
  • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc.)
$0.50
  • Non-Cellular Telephones and telephone answering machines
$0.60
  • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices 
$0.50
  • Home/non-portable audio and video players
$2.00
  • Home theatre in a box (HTB) 
$2.00
  • Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players
$2.00
Program details can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/ns/

Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/ns/stewards/products-definitions-and-ehf/

Implementation date: February 1, 2008
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Ontario (ON)Ontario Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Program Wind Up
In February 2018, the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change issued directions to Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) to wind up the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Program on June 30, 2020. Until then, the current electronics recycling program remains in effect. OES is pleased to provide safe, secure recycling for all Ontarians and we look forward to continuing to provide this service until wind up.

As part of the wind up plan, OES has announced an Environmental Handling Fee rate change to $0.00 for all categories effective February 1st, 2019, based on sufficient funds now on hand to operate the program until OES termination.The OES program reserves the right to adjust the EHF should the financial outlook change and OES requires more funds to operate the program. Sales units will continue to be reported up to and including June 2020, therefore due diligence is maintained on keeping the necessary sales records.

To review the letters from the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, click here.

Any questions on wind up can be directed to: oeswindup@ontarioes.ca

Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Ontario will be subject to an environmental fee as follows effective Feb 1, 2019:
  • Desktop computers (CPU) 
$0.00 
  • All-in-one computers 
$0.00 
  • Laptops/netbooks 
$0.00 
  • Display Devices up to 29" 
$0.00 
  • Display Devices 30" - 45"
$0.00 
  • Display Devices 46" and up
$0.00
  • Desktop printers/printer combos 
$0.00
  • Floor printers (single and multi-function models)
$0.00
  • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc., per unit charge)
$0.00 
  • Non-Cellular Telephones and telephone answering machines 
$0.00 
  • Cellular telephones 
$0.00 
  • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices
$0.00 
  • Home/non-portable audio and video players 
$0.00 
  • Home theatre in a box (HTB)
$0.00
  • Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players  
$0.00
Program details can be found here:
http://www.ontarioelectronicstewardship.ca/

Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here:
http://www.ontarioelectronicstewardship.ca/program/accepted-electronics

Implementation date: April 1, 2009

Ontario introduced Packaging Regulation that obligates brand owners and first importers to report amounts sold to Ontario and remit payment for their safe recycling and disposal. Material includes printed paper and catalogues, corrugated and box board cardboard materials, and other paper packaging as well as plastic packaging. Brand owners are responsible for payment of these materials. Consumers are not being charged related fees. Materials are collected in residential Blue Box Program. Details can be found here: http://www.stewardshipontario.ca/

Implementation date: February 1, 2004

Ontario introduced regulation regarding batteries that obligates brand owners and first importers to pay fees for the collection and safe disposal of these materials. Consumers can drop off all household batteries weighing less than 5 kg each at any of the Call2Recycle collection sites. There is no charge to consumers for recycling. Details can be found here: http://www.call2recycle.ca/province/

Implementation date: July 1, 2008
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Prince Edward Island (PE)The Province of Prince Edward Island has passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect a provincial environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into the Province of Prince Edward Island. Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Prince Edward Island will be subject to an environmental fee:
  • Desktop computers (CPU)  
$2.50 
  • All-in-one computers 
$10.00
  • Laptops/netbooks 
$1.50
  • Displays (includes TVs and Monitors) <30”
$10.00
  • Display Devices 30" - 45"  
$20.00
  • Display Devices 46" and up
$35.00
  • Desktop printers/printer combos 
$3.00
  • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc.)
$0.50
  • Non-Cellular Telephones and telephone answering machines 
$0.60
  • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices
$0.50
  • Home/non-portable audio and video players 
$2.00
  • Home theatre in a box (HTB)
$2.00
  • Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players 
$2.00
Program details can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/pei

Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here:
http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/pei/stewards/products-definitions-and-ehf/

Implementation date: July 1, 2010
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Saskatchewan (SK.)

Saskatchewan has passed regulation establishing the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers such as Dell Canada Inc. ("Dell") to collect a provincial environmental fee for certain electronic devices sold into the Province of Saskatchewan.

Under the current law and regulations, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Saskatchewan will be subject to a provincial environmental fee:
  • Desktop computers (CPU) 
$1.00
  • All-in-one computers 
$5.00
  • Laptops/netbooks 
$0.80
  • Display Devices up to 29" 
$5.00
  • Display Devices 30" - 45"
$10.00
  • Display Devices 46" and up
$25.00
  • Desktop printers/printer combos 
$1.00
  • Floor printers (single and multi-function models)  
$10.00
  • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc.)
$0.20
  • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices
$0.20
  • Home/non-portable audio and video players
$0.90
  • Home theatre in a box (HTB) 
$0.90
  • Non-Cellular Telephones 
$0.25 
  • Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players
$0.90
Program details can be found here: http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/sk/

Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here:
http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/sk/stewards/products-definitions-and-ehf/

Implementation date: February 1, 2007

Saskatchewan introduced packaging regulations under the Household Packaging and Paper Stewardship Program Regulations in February of 2013. The regulation obligates brand owners and first importers to report amounts sold to Saskatchewan and remit payment for their safe recycling and disposal. Material includes printed paper and catalogues, corrugated and box board cardboard materials, and other paper packaging as well as plastic packaging. Brand owners are responsible for payment of these materials. Consumers are not being charged related fees. Details can be found here: www.multimaterialsw.ca

Implementation date: January 2015
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Manitoba (MB.)The Electrical and Electronic Equipment Stewardship Regulation under The Waste Reduction and Prevention Act was registered on February 3, 2010 and gazetted on February 13. To view the regulations, visit https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/mb/stewards/regulations-and-approved-plan/

An industry-led stewardship plan was developed to improve Manitobans' access to safe and responsible recycling of waste electronic materials. The program launched on August 1, 2012.

Under the current law and regulations, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Manitoba will be subject to a provincial environmental fee:
  • Desktop and server computers
$1.00
  • All in One Computers
$5.00  
  • Notebook computers
$0.80
  • Printers
$1.00
  • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard, etc.)
$0.20
  • Display Devices up to 29"
$5.00
  • Display Devices 30" - 45"
$10.00
  • Display Devices 46" and up
$25.00
  • Desktop printers/printer combos  
$1.00 
  • Personal/portable audio/video
$0.20 
  • Home audio/video
$0.90
  • Home theatre in a box
$0.90
  • Vehicle audio/video systems
$0.90
  • Non-cellular telephones
$0.25
  • Floor printers (single and multi-function models)
$10.00
For more details and to see a list of products and their Environmental Handling Fees visit http://recyclemyelectronics.ca/mb/

Manitoba introduced Packaging Regulation that obligates brand owners and first importers to report amounts sold to Manitoba and remit payment for their safe recycling and disposal. Material includes printed paper and catalogues, corrugated and box board cardboard materials, and other paper packaging as well as plastic packaging. Brand owners are responsible for payment of these materials. Consumers are not being charged related fees.

Program details can be found here: http://www.stewardshipmanitoba.org/

Implementation date: March 31, 2010

Manitoba introduced regulation regarding batteries that obligates brand owners and first importers to pay fees for the collection and safe disposal of these materials. Consumers can drop off all household batteries weighing less than 5 kg each at any of the Call2Recycle collection sites. There is no charge to consumers for recycling. Details can be found here: http://www.call2recycle.ca/province/

Implementation date: April 1, 2011
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Quebec (QC)The Quebec Regulation “respecting the recovery and reclamation of products by enterprises” was introduced on July 14, 2011 and came into effect July 14, 2012. To enable compliance with the regulations, Dell Canada Inc. has joined EPRA QC or ARPE QC, an approved industry collective program that is managing the responsible recycling of electronics in that province. For more information on EPRA QC please visit their website at http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/qc
Under the current regulation, the following products sold into Quebec must be reported to EPRA QC:
  • Desktop computers (CPU)
  • All-in-one computers
  • Laptops/netbooks
  • Display Devices up to 29" 
  • Display Devices 30" - 45"
  • Display Devices 46" and up 
  • Desktop printers/printer combos
  • Floor standing IT Equipment (includes Printers, Copier, Servers and Routers up to 120kg)
  • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc.)
  • Non-Cellular Telephones and telephone answering machines
  • Cellular devices
  • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices
  • Home/non-portable audio and video players
  • Home theatre in a box (HTB)
The sale of these products triggers an environmental handling fee (eco fee) that is commonly passed to the consumer for payment. Dell Canada Inc. has analyzed the Quebec regulations and determined that the best course of action for our customers and the environment is to pay the fees ourselves, and not to pass along these fees to our retail partners or customers. Dell will instead remit the fees directly to EPRA QC.

In addition, our customers can take advantage of free recycling options at EPRA QC approved depots. A full list of these depots can be found at
http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/qc

Implementation date: October 1, 2012

Quebec introduced Packaging Regulation that obligates brand owners and first importers to report amounts sold to Quebec and remit payment for their safe recycling and disposal. Material includes printed paper and catalogues, corrugated and box board cardboard materials, and other paper packaging as well as plastic packaging. Brand owners are responsible for payment of these materials. Consumers are not being charged related fees.

Program details can be found here:
http://www.ecoentreprises.qc.ca/companies

Implementation date: 2005

Quebec introduced regulation regarding batteries that obligates brand owners and first importers to pay fees for the collection and safe disposal of these materials. Consumers can drop off all household batteries weighing less than 5 kg each at any of the Call2Recycle collection sites. There is no charge to consumers for recycling. Details can be found here: http://www.call2recycle.ca/province/

Implementation date: August 1, 2015
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Newfoundland & Labrador (NL)The Province of Newfoundland and Labrador has passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect a provincial environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Newfoundland and Labrador will be subject to an environmental fee:
  • Desktop computers (CPU)
$2.75
  • All-in-one computers
$10.00
  • Laptops/netbooks
$1.50
  • Display Devices up to 29" 
$10.00
  • Display Devices 30" - 45" 
$20.00
  • Display Devices 46" and up 
$35.00
  • Desktop printers/printer combos
$3.00 
  • Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc.)
$0.50
  • Non-Cellular Telephones and telephone answering machines
$0.60
  • Personal/portable image, audio and video devices
$0.50
  • Home/non-portable audio and video players
$2.00
  • Home theatre in a box (HTB)
$2.00
  • Aftermarket vehicle audio and video players
$2.00
Program details can be found here:
http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/nl/

Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here:
http://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/nl/stewards/products-definitions-and-ehf/

Implementation date: August 1, 2013
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Northwest Territories (NT)Northwest Territories (NT) passed regulation in August of 2015, establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers, distributors and retailers to collect an environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into Northwest Territories.

Under the current law and regulations, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into Northwest Territories will be subject to a provincial environmental handling fee (EHF):
  • Desktop and server computers, rack servers
$10.50
  • Notebook computers
$3.00
  • Displays under 30" (including TVs and monitors)
$12.25
  • Displays 30"- 45” (including TVs and monitors)
$24.50
  • Displays over 46" (including TVs and monitors)
$40.00
  • Printers
$8.00
  • All in One Computers
$12.25
To reduce cost and improve efficiency, the Alberta Recycling Management Authority (Alberta Recycling) has been contracted by the Government of the Northwest Territories to administer the revenue portion of the Electronics Recycling Program and will be the main point of contact for distributors.

Details of the program can be found here:
http://www.albertarecycling.ca/electronics-recycling-program

Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here:
http://www.albertarecycling.ca/electronics-recycling-program

Implementation date: February 1, 2016
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New Brunswick (NB)The Province of New Brunswick has passed regulation establishing a funding system for the collection and recycling of designated electronic products. The regulation requires manufacturers to collect a provincial environmental fee for designated electronic devices sold into the Province of New Brunswick.

Under the regulation, the following Dell-branded and third-party products sold into New Brunswick will be subject to an environmental fee as of June 1, 2017:
  • Desktop Computers
$5.50
  • Notebook Computers
$4.50
  • Display Devices (televisions & monitors <30”) 
$16.00
  • Display Devices (televisions & monitors 30”-45”) 
$31.00
  • Display Devices (televisions & monitors >46”) 
$46.00
  • Desktop Printers 
$5.50
  • Computer Peripherals 
$0.75
  • Personal/Portable Audio/Video Systems
$0.75
  • Home Audio/Video Systems 
$2.75
  • Home Theatre in a Box (HTB) Systems 
$2.75
  • Vehicle Audio/Video Systems (Aftermarket) 
$2.75
  • Non-Cellular Telephones 
$0.85
  • Cellular Telephones 
$0.07
Program details can be found here:
http://recyclemyelectronics.ca/nb/

Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here:
http://epra.ca/what-is-a-steward/product-definitions-fees-clarification-protocols

Implementation date: June 1, 2017
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Yukon (YK)The Yukon government has established an electronics waste management program under the Environment Act - Regulation to Amend the Designated Materials Regulation (O.I.C. 2003/184),with revision O.I.C. 2016/88 which amends the Designated Materials Regulation and sets out the requirements for the program. The amendment was introduced May 11, 2016. The electronics waste program will be an extended producer responsibility program like those implemented across existing provinces.

To enable compliance with the regulations, Dell Canada Inc. has joined EPRA Yukon, an approved industry collective program that is managing the responsible recycling of electronics in that province together with the Government of Yukon. For more information, please visit their website at http://recycleyukonelectronics.ca/

Under the current regulation, the following products sold into Yukon must be reported to EPRA Yukon:
  •  Desktop computers                                                                                                                            
$2.80 
  •  All-in-one computers
$14.00
  •  Portable Computers (Laptops, notebook etc)
$2.00 
  •  Display Devices up to 29"
$14.00
  •  Display Devices 30" - 45"
$24.00 
  •  Display Devices 46" and up
$56.00
  •  Desktop printers/printer combos
$2.50
  •  Computer Peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc)
$0.40
  •  Non-Cellular Telephones and answering machines
$0.90
  •  Cellular devices and pagers
$0.14
  •  Personal/Portable Audio/Video Playback and/or Recording Systems
$0.50
  •  Home Audio/Video Playback and/or Recording Systems
$2.20 
  •  Home theatre in a Box (HTB)
$2.20 
  •  Aftermarket Vehicle Audio and Video Systems
$2.20 
These Environmental Handling Fees will be remitted by Dell directly to EPRA Yukon for both Dell and third party products that we sell into Yukon to be in full compliance with the Yukon regulation. Dell will not charge customers and partners at this time. We will re-evaluate charging these fees in future and will communicate potential changes.

Program details can be found here:
http://recycleyukonelectronics.ca/

Detailed product listings and related fees can be found here:
http://recycleyukonelectronics.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/20180716-Clarification-electronic-products-YukonDMR.pdf

Implementation date: October 1, 2018
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Packaging Recycling
Dell’s goal is to provide sustainable packaging for all the products we produce. As part of our Legacy of Good Plan our goal is to have zero waste in our packaging by 2020 by integrating alternative material into the packaging to create sustainable design quality and best-in-class packaging, while offering our customers an excellent experience. Recycling packaging locally helps to minimize the environmental impact from transporting empty packaging for recycling. For information about local recycling options for consumer packaging in Canada, please contact your municipal or provincial government.

Institutional Packaging Takeback
Dell offers free take-back of packaging on a limited scope of products for institutional customers only. Please contact recycling_Canada@Dell.com for more information.