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Manufacturers working with MRM support free electronic recycling for covered electronic devices at drop-off sites across the state. If there is a charge for a specific product, the collection site information will note that there is a charge.

If no collection site is convenient to you, you can mail back your device for no charge. Simply click here, to obtain your prepaid shipping label and further information on how to recycle your product. If your product does not meet shipping limits (less than 75 pounds and smaller than 66” by 30”), you can call MRM’s toll-free number for assistance.

You may wish to remove personal information and data from devices prior to recycling. This includes data on hard drives, cell phones (especially smart phones), USB travel drives, printers, and network equipment such as firewalls, routers, and switches. Some websites to assist you in wiping data include but are not limited to DBAN and Eraser.

Manufacturers providing free recycling by mail for specific electronic devices with MRM can be found Here.

Under New York law, if you recently purchased a new electronic device made by one of the brands working with MRM you may return a covered electronic device of the same type for recycling through MRM. To see a complete list of brands that fall under this program please click here.

In California, electronics recycling is supported by a fee collected at the register when you buy your product. Manufacturers work with retailers to provide information necessary to collect the fee that pays for state-supported electronics recycling. There are hundreds of sites across the state. Click here to find collection locations near you.

Electronics manufacturers pay for collection and recycling through a state-organized and approved program in Connecticut. Click here to find collection locations near you.

Under Maine law, manufacturers pay for recycling of e-waste. The collection of e-waste is handled through municipalities.

Although manufacturers pay for the recycling of household televisions and monitors, local e-waste collection facilities may charge a fee to cover the cost of their collection operations.

Click here for complete details on Maine's Municipal e-Waste Recycling program and to find collection locations near you.

In Vermont, manufacturers pay for collection and recycling through a state-run program. Click here to find collection locations near you.

If you have one of the brands of electronic devices listed below, you can receive a prepaid shipping label to have your covered electronic products shipped free of charge to a qualified recycler. Simply click here, to obtain your shipping label and further information on how to recycle your product.

Manufacturers providing free recycling by mail for specific electronic devices with MRM can be found Here.

If you have one of the brands of electronic devices listed below, you can receive a prepaid shipping label to have your covered electronic products shipped free of charge to a qualified recycler. Simply click here, to obtain your shipping label and further information on how to recycle your product.

Manufacturers providing free recycling by mail for specific electronic devices with MRM can be found Here.

Click here to view MRM’s Virginia Annual Report and recycled pound collection amounts for computer equipment. Please note this form applies only to computer equipment.

Manufacturers working with MRM support electronic recycling at drop-off sites across the state and some brands offer a mailback option as well. Some locations may have a charge for certain electronic items.

Manufacturers working with MRM support electronic recycling at drop-off sites across the state and some brands offer a mailback option as well.

Manufacturers working with MRM support electronic recycling at drop-off sites across the state and some brands offer a mailback option as well.

If you are physically unable to travel to a collection site without assistance or are unable to lift and move your electronic device, you can contact us toll-free for further assistance.

Manufacturers working with MRM support electronic recycling at drop-off sites across the state and some brands offer a mailback option as well. Some locations may have a charge for certain electronic items.

Illinois residents may recycle covered electronic devices through the state e-waste recycling program supported by manufacturers. More information and locations for the Illinois e-waste collection sites can be found here.

Manufacturers providing free recycling by mail for specific electronic devices with MRM can be found Here.

Oregon residents may recycle computers, monitors, printers and televisions through the Oregon E-Cycles program. MRM runs a manufacturer plan that is part of Oregon E-Cycles and collects all brands of covered materials at its Oregon collections sites. There may be a charge for recycling products not covered under the Oregon E-Cycle program. For complete information about the Oregon E-cycles program, including a full list of collection sites, visit DEQ's website here.

Manufacturers providing free recycling by mail for specific electronic devices with MRM can be found Here.

Manufacturers working with MRM support electronic recycling at drop-off sites across the state and some brands offer a mailback option as well.

If you are a Maryland resident and need packaging to mail your product back to MRM, please call 1-888-769-0149 or email info@mrmrecycling.com. We will mail you the packaging you need at no charge to you.

You may wish to remove personal information and data from devices prior to recycling. This includes data on hard drives, cell phones (especially smart phones), network equipment such as firewalls, routers and switches, USB travel drives, and printers.

Some websites to assist you in wiping your data include, but are not limited to, DBAN and Eraser.

Manufacturers providing free recycling by mail for specific electronic devices with MRM can be found Here.

Television manufacturers working with MRM support television recycling at drop-off sites across the state.

All Computer, IT, and some television manufacturers offer mailback as an option. If you have one of the brands of electronic devices listed below, you can receive a prepaid shipping label to have your covered electronic products shipped free of charge to a qualified recycler. Simply click here, to obtain your shipping label and further information on how to mail back your product.

Manufacturers providing free recycling by mail for specific electronic devices with MRM can be found Here.

Free television recycling in this state is sponsored by TCL North America. Other brands offer a nationwide mailback option for recycling their products.

Consumers with Alcatel, Alcatel onetouch, BlackBerry, TCL Cellphone, TCL Tablets, NOOK brand, Toshiba (non-TV) products, or Panasonic PROJECTORS or Panasonic TOUGH products only, can take advantage of mailback service across the US.
Nationwide Mailback: Mailback across the country is provided for selected products from these brands
Cellphones &
Tablets

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Projectors &
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Consumers with Alcatel, Alcatel onetouch, BlackBerry, TCL Cellphone, TCL Tablets, NOOK brand, Toshiba (non-TV) products, or Panasonic PROJECTORS or Panasonic TOUGH products only, can take advantage of mailback service across the US.
Nationwide Mailback: Mailback across the country is provided for selected products from these brands
Cellphones &
Tablets

Non-TV products
Projectors &
Tough Products
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Did you recently purchase an electronic item from one of these participating brands? If so, you qualify to recycle a similar product from any brand.
ACCO
Alcatel
Alcatel One Touch
Audiovox
Blackberry
Cintiq
Dynex
Emerson
Funai
HTC
Hisense
Hitachi
Insignia
JVC
Kensington
Kodak (Verite)
Kurio
Kyocera
Logi
Logitech
Logitech G
MSI
Magnavox
MobileStudio Pro
Nook
Noteworthy
ONN
Oki
Oki Data
Oki Printing Solutions
Okidata OkiLaser
Orion
Panasonic
Panasonic Toughbook
Philips (TV)
Polaroid
Pro12 tablet computer
Project Nursery
Quasar
RCA
RCA Tablet Computer
Sansui
Sanyo
Sharp
Sharp (TV)
SunBriteTV
Sylvania
Symphonic
TCL
TCL mobile
Toshiba
Toshiba (TV)
UB
Wacom
Yamaha
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Manufacturers working with MRM in your state provide convenient collection opportunities and a free mailback recycling option as well. Click below for more information and recycling options. At this time, MRM does not offer drop-off sites in your area. Some companies provide a mailback e-waste recycling option nationwide. Please click below for more information. Manufacturers working with MRM in your state support e-waste recycling through mailback. Click below for options. Thanks for visiting MRM. Manufacturers working with MRM in your state provide convenient sites and some brands offer a mailback option as well. Check below for more information and recycling options.
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