If you have some broken or defunct Epson hardware you’ve wanted to get rid of but you’re reluctant to because of the cost, you might instead want to consider the
Epson Recycle Program. Your net cost to use the program is US$5, which may be considerably less than what your local dump or transfer station might charge to get rid of the hardware, or less than what a computer hardware recycler might charge a company .
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Epson said it’s come up with the program for users who don’t have a convenient way to drop off electronics for recycling. After paying a $10 fee, you get a recycling kit which includes a pre-paid shipping label. Drop the gear off at a UPS drop location and it’ll be sent to an authorized recycling center, where it’ll be disassembled and recycled. Afterwards, Epson gives you a $5 e-coupon which you can use towards the purchase of new gear at the Epson online Store.
Most Epson products are eligible for the recycling program, including printers, scanners, cameras, even laptops and projectors. And individuals, businesses or organizations can recycle up to 10 products at a time.
The Epson Recycle Program is open to customers in the continental United States.