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Recycling Programs

Toshiba partners with many organizations to make it easier for our customers to recycle and donate various products.

We partner and participate in a number of government programs, including the United States Environmental Protection Agency's Plug-In to eCycling program, and independent programs such as eBay's Rethink Initiative.


MRMThe Electronic Manufacturers Recycling Management Company, was founded in 2007 by Toshiba, Panasonic and Sharp. MRM's mission is to bring manufacturers together into long-term relationships that help provide convenient, environmentally responsible recycling opportunities to consumers nationwide.

Trade-in your old Toshiba PC for a new one

PC Trade in programToshiba's trade-in program for PCs offers customers the opportunity to trade-in their used PCs (Toshiba and non-Toshiba PCs) and upgrade to a new Toshiba PC. By using the Toshiba Trade-In Program, customers may receive credit for the value of their old products. Used equipment collected through the program is responsibly recycled.

Recycle Rechargeable Batteries

call2recycleToshiba is a partner company with the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC). Through RBRC's national program, Call2Recycle™, Toshiba will help you recycle your used portable rechargeable batteries and old cell phones. Within the next several months you will begin seeing the RBRC label with a 1-800 number on new Toshiba products that use rechargeable batteries. When your battery is ready to be disposed, just call the 1-800 number to learn how to do it in an environmentally conscious manner.


Toshiba encourages consumers to look-up values for old consumer electronics at Gazelle.

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