Electronics recycling gets you an A in Environment.

Register now for free electronics recycling from Apple.

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To register for the program:
  • Fill out the online form. An Apple representative will contact you directly to coordinate the pickup. Or you can call 408-862-0008 to speak with a member of the Apple Education Recycling Team.
Why recycle with Apple?

Leveraging the Apple Recycling Program for Education ensures that your retired equipment will be disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner, with special consideration given to data security:

  • All recycled hard drives are ground into confetti-size pieces.
  • Customers receive a certificate of destruction for each lot recycled through the program.
  • All asset tags and other identifying information are destroyed in the destruction process.
  • All of the electronic waste collected through the program is processed domestically in the United States.

Limited Time. Unlimited Good.

May 14, 2015 through October 2, 2015, Apple will recycle your school’s old, unwanted Mac computers, PCs, and qualifying peripherals from any manufacturer — for free1. There’s no purchase required, and all accredited K-12 and higher education institutions in the 48 contiguous states, Alaska, and the District of Columbia with at least 25 recyclable items1 are eligible to participate.

Giving old electronics new life.

Not all recycling programs are created equal. The recycling processes Apple uses are secure and environmentally responsible. 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 items1.

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.