Certain electronic products contain potentially hazardous materials, such as lead and mercury, that can pose a risk to human health and the environment if not properly managed. Some states also ban electronic products from landfills or incinerators. Amazon supports the responsible disposal and recycling of electronics products.
Amazon device recycling options can be found by visiting our recycling program page by following this link: Amazon Device Recycle.Amazon recognizes the importance of recycling electronic equipment at the end of its useful life, which is why we support the responsible disposal and recycling of electronics products and offer a recycling program for electronic items including Amazon devices and selected accessories. In some areas, the disposal of rechargeable batteries and certain electronic devices is regulated, so please make sure you dispose of Amazon devices, accessories, batteries and other regulated electronic devices in accordance with your local laws and regulations.
Customers can find more information about electronics recycling options and state-specific requirements on the following websites:
District of Columbia
District of Columbia residents can learn how to recycle their electronics at the Department of Energy & Environment website.
For information about recycling computers, monitors, portable computers, desktop printers, desktop fax machines and TV’s and participating collection sites near you, please visit the Department of Environmental Protection’s website or call 1-866-DEPKNOW (1-866-337-5669).
For information on recycling used electronic devices, please visit the Department of Environmental Conservation’s website.
For information about recycling used electronic devices, please visit the Department of Environmental Quality’s website. Learn more about Oregon E-Cycles: Free Recycling for Computers, Monitors, Desktop Printers and TVs or call 1-888-532-9253.
E-Cycle Washington provides free e-cycling for computers, monitors, and TVs at participating collection sites near you. For recycling locations, visit www.ecyclewashington.org or call 1-800-RECYCLE (1-800-732-9253).
Last Updated: 02/03/2020