byRyanKanzler04-18-201211:17 AM - edited 04-18-201212:15 PM
HP is working hard to make recycling your old computer equipment easy and convenient. Now, you can bring your electronics for free recycling to any of the more than 1,500 Staples locations throughout the United States thanks to a recycling program just launched by HP and Staples, regardless of where the electronics were purchased.
The free recycling program accepts all brands of most common electronics, including desktops, laptops, tablets, monitors, printers, copiers, faxes, mobile phones and more. Simply drop off your technology at the service desk at your local Staples store. To find a store near you, click here.
Staples will take advantage of its world-class logistics network to collect the devices and consolidate them at its distribution centers. From there, an R2 recycler will arrange to have the materials transported to its processing centers.
For customers who don’t live near a Staples store, HP also recently enhanced its Consumer Buyback and Recycling program which provides the ability to drop off equipment at FedEx office locations throughout the United States, with the use of a recycling voucher that can be obtained at www.hp.com/us/go/recycling. Recycling, packaging and shipping are free for all HP-branded products.