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HP has been a leader in environmental responsibility for decades. Having set a goal of recycling 1 billion pounds of electronics by 2008, HP met its goal six months early.  Did they sit down and pat themselves on the back?  Well maybe for a moment.  But after that moment was over, HP announced that it had set a new target for another billion pounds by the end of 2010.

Wow, that’s a lot of electronics!

Now it’s up to all of those electronics consumers to help HP meet their very lofty goals. HP recycling services provides an easy way to recycle computer equipment, printing supplies, rechargeable batteries and other items.  Learn how HP can provide you an easy way to recycle.  Many of the products they help consumers to recycle is at no cost such as HP inkjet or LaserJet cartridges, rechargeable batteries (any brand), cell phones (free in California) and HP/Compaq mercury lamps (free in Connecticut and Massachusetts).

To save money recycling computer equipment, visit to get a computer recycling coupon.

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  1. suzanne wilson says

    Recycling is a big concern in my life and community. We know how to recycle electronics , cartridges, some plastics etc….. the big issue is PACKAGING of these items.??? I find it disturbing to read all your recycling notes on cartridge packaging that seems unnecessarily large, impossible to get into!, and ands up in the landfills. Could we do more to reduce packaging and make sure it is somehow reusable? Thank you for your concern. Suzanne, Big Timber, Montana

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