Best Buy Recycling Now Nationwide

Posted: Feb 18 2009, 6:41am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:06pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
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Best Buy has rolled its recycling program to all of its stores around the country. We first talked about the coming recycling program back in January. The plan is now official and can be used at your local Best Buy store.

The structure of the program is still the same with Best Buy accepting most consumer electronic devices for recycling including TVs and monitors up to 32-inches, CPUs, notebooks, VCRs, DVD players, phones and other small items and consumer electronic devices.

A fee of $10 per unit will be assessed for items with screens, but the recycler will get a $10 Best Buy gift card immediately. I still don’t get why they are charging a fee at all. Best Buy branded products have no fee to recycle. Microwaves can’t be recycled with the program and anything containing Freon can't be recycled.

Via Best Buy

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