Customers often ask us about how to recycle their electronics. We’ve blogged about UPS Battery Center’s recycling service, but we wanted to give you another option.
We found out about Staples recycling, and wanted to share this new-found knowledge with you. Staples is offering to help you “free up office space, secure your data and help the environment – all at once.”
Staples accepts rechargeable batteries, computers, calculators, camcorders, CD/DVD/Blu-ray players, computer speakers, cameras, projectors, eReaders, fax machines, MP3 players, keyboards, modems, monitors, shredders, tablets, among other things.
They do not accept: Alkaline batteries, non-rechargeable lithium batteries, appliances, floor model printers and copiers, kitchen electronics, lamps or bulbs, large servers, large speakers or speaker systems, smoke detectors and televisions.
For certain items, they may even give you a trade-in: eReaders, MP3 players, laptops, mobile phones, ink and toner cartridges, and tablets.
So get thee to a Staples near you!