Now through August 30, 2013, Apple will recycle your school’s old, unwanted Mac computers, PCs, and qualifying peripherals from any manufacturer — for free. There’s no purchase required, and all accredited K-12 and higher education institutions with at least 25 recyclable items are eligible to participate.*
Not all recycling programs are created equal. The secure and environmentally responsible process that Apple uses results in a high recovery rate of e-waste for domestic reprocessing. So you can rest assured that your old electronics are on their way to a better place — not in the ocean or overseas landfills.
How the recycling program works:
First off, you’ll need to register. Then all products must be packaged according to our detailed packaging instructions. Last but not least, you must recycle a minimum of 25 items.*
We accept any brand of the following equipment: computers, monitors, laptops, printers, fax machines, scanners, desktop-size copy machines, CD drives, hard drives, TVs, VCRs, projectors, overhead projectors, networking equipment, cables, keyboards, and mice.
Register now and an Apple representative will contact you to coordinate the details.
*Must have 25 or more computer items (qualifying computers, printers, or displays) to recycle. Apple will also accept other brands and types of equipment (see terms and conditions for details). Products must be registered for pickup by August 30, 2013. Institutions must pack and shrink wrap the eligible equipment. Apple is not responsible for the loss or confidentiality of data on recycled equipment. See terms and conditions for more information.