How to Recycle Your Old Printer?
Recycle old printers
The fastest and easiest way to get rid of old printers is to recycle them. Retailers like Best Buy often have labeled recycle bins in the store, so you can just drop off your printers in the designated bin. Other stores that have a recycling program include Target, Staples and Office Depot.
Where can I Recycle my Printer for Free?
Staples. For a while now, the Staples office-supply chain has been recycling printers and other hardware—no matter where you bought it—for free. You can drop off the machine at your local Staples store, or call to have it picked up.
Can I throw my old printer in the garbage?
Like all electronics, printers contain materials, metals, and chemicals that can be dangerous to the environment if you throw them in with your regular trash. Just as you can reuse or recycle empty ink cartridges once they're empty, you can also safely dispose of your printer.
Does Best Buy Take old Printers?
We are now charging customers $25 for each TV and computer monitor they recycle at our stores. All other products – such as batteries, ink cartridges, computers, printers and hundreds of other items – continue to be recycled for free at all of our stores.
How do I recycle at Best Buy?
Recycling kiosks - Every U.S. Best Buy store has kiosks, just inside the front doors, to drop off rechargeable batteries, wires, cords, cables and plastic bags. Recycling in store at the Customer Service counter - Best Buy stores accept most electronics, with a few exceptions.