Epson's Recycling Program

Closing the Resource Loop
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Give your hardware a second life

Epson and Digitunity have joined together to help donate your used equipment to those with economic challenges or disabilities gain access to today’s technology. Digitunity works with nonprofit organizations to repurpose used technology to the community, and offer free pick up by participating organizations near you.

E-waste, Ink, and Packaging Recycling

Help us close the resource loop responsibly

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Local Retail Drop-Off

Find participating stores near you to drop off your hardware and inks to be sent to recycling partners.

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Mail Back Program

Mail in your old Epson branded products and packaging to send to our recycling partners

Find a Recycling Drop-off Location

Visit these participating stores to recycle ink or hardware.

How to Recycle Hardware, Ink, and Packaging by Mail

To get started, follow the steps below or call 866‑917‑5033.

ET-4700 to be recycled

Hardware Recycling

1. Fill out and print the pre‑paid FedEx shipping label below.

2. Pack your product for return (see Packing Instructions for details) and affix the FedEx label to the box.

Note: For our New York customers that would like complimentary packaging supplies sent to them, please call our toll free number 1-866-922-8252 for assistance

Inks to recycle

Ink, Supplies, Packaging Recycling

1. Package your used consumables in an appropriate shipping envelope or box. Ensure there is no leakage from the materials.

2. Mail your package to:

          Epson America, Inc.
          Attn: Recycling Center
          2350 Stafford Road, Suite 101
          Plainfield, IN 46168

Recycling Information by State

Certain states provide additional guidance regarding electronics recycling programs. A list of such programs has been compiled for your convenience.

Other Epson Recycling Partner Programs

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Call 2 Recycle

Epon partners with Call2Recycle for take back of rechargeable batteries

Sims Lifecycle Services

Epson partners with Sims Lifecycle Services for take back of hardware and regulatory programs