In the US, Intel offers its customers a free mail-back recycling program for Intel® NUC and Intel® Compute Stick products, through Reverse Logistics Group Americas (RLGA). To participate, follow the instructions on the RLGA webpage, in the details for your state below.
Once you have sent it for recycling, a device is no longer secure. You should reset devices to their factory settings, and clear your data, before recycling. Instructions for most devices are available online. Your local recycling facility can give you more information.
You can get a free shipping label, by clicking the link below and following instructions. When you receive the shipping lable, pack the covered electronic device, affix the label, and send it tn for responsible recycling.
For information on recycling options for Illinois residents, please see the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency's electronic waste recycling webpage and this information provided by the Illinois EPA.
If you require packaging, it will be supplied, upon request, free of charge to Maryland consumers.
Before recycling your electronics, we recommend protecting your personal information by resetting your devices to their factory settings and clearing your data. You can find factory resent instructions for most devices online. For more information, please check with your local recycling facility.
In New York State, Intel is a member of the RLGA Collective Electronic Waste Acceptance Program registered with the State Department of Environmental Conservation and in compliance with the New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act. This program provides convenient methods for consumers of Covered Electronic Equipment to return their products at end of life for environmentally sound recycling.
In Pennsylvania, Intel is a member of the RLGA Group Plan registered with the State Department of Environmental Protection and in compliance with the Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act. This program provides convenient methods for consumers of Covered Devices to return their products at end of life for environmentally sound recycling.