Samsung’s Takeback Program

Details on Samsung’s Recycling Program

Who can get free recycling from Samsung? Samsung will take back any consumer electronic product with their name on it, ranging from televisions, DVD and VHS players, audio equipment and home theater systems, to cameras, camcorders, computer monitors, printers, and peripherals. (They don’t accept appliances, however.)Samsung has one of the biggest collection operations in the U.S, with collection points in most states, plus they will offer periodic collection events, some in partnership with retailers.Click here to find the closest Samsung collection site (enter your zip code) in their Samsung Recycling Direct program. New York State residents, use this link.For info on Samsung takeback outside the U.S. go here.
Cell phones Samsung has a separate program for cell phones recycling, where you can download a pre-paid shipping label to mail back old cell phones for free recycling.
Printer toner recycling Samsung will take back and recycle your old printer toner cartridges. There are different options for returning a single cartridge or a large quantity. Start here to learn more. For returning individual toner cartridges, you can print a prepaid mailing label to send it back.
Mail back option Samsung allows you to mail back any Samsung products (up to 50 lbs) for free recycling. But when we checked the link (several times in early Feb 2013) it wasn’t working.  We have notified Samsung and will update this once we find out the status.
Does Samsung use recyclers who are e-Stewards? Samsung uses two recyclers, Electronic Recyclers Inc and Universal Recycling Technology,both of which are certified to the e-Stewards standard, the highest in the industry. Learn more about e-Stewards
Link for more details Samsung recycling website,  Samsung recycling FAQs

Updated Feb 2013