HP recycles hardware that cannot be economically repaired or reused. We offer comprehensive take-back programs in 74 countries and territories worldwide through a global network of reuse and recycling vendors.

We belong to compliance systems to comply with producer responsibility requirements of the WEEE Directive and end-of-life legal obligations in countries across our Americas, Asia Pacific and Japan, and Europe, Middle East, and Africa regions.

Consumers, home office, and commercial users have various recycling options for used equipment, including HP recycling vendors that provide take-back and recycling services or free drop-off for our products in many countries.

You can check existing country specific WEEE collection points at the European Recycling Platform ERP webpage at https://erp-recycling.org/uk/where-to-recycle, just make sure to select the country of interest from the drop-down menu first.   

In the United States, customers can drop off hardware at Best Buy stores through our closed-loop recycling program as well as Staples locations. U.S. customers can also use the HP Consumer Buyback Program to exchange equipment for money or purchase credits.

For further information and to participate in the Planet Partners Program, see http://www.hp.com/recycle.