HP (Hewlett Packard) Planet Partners Recycling Program
Planet Partners Recycling Program is HP’s solution to divert discarded computers and its accessories away from the landfills. Hewlett Packard offers their global recycling services in 53 countries. In addition, HP aims to help their customers manage their old equipment through the program’s different options:
If a customer would like to donate their old computer hardware, HP works with the National Cristina Foundation (NCF) to provide this equipment to their beneficiaries.
Rather than wait for your computer to conk out and die on you, HP will give you the chance to realize the fair market value of your equipment’s remaining life. HP will let you trade-in your equipment for a new HP technology, regardless of the brand of your old computer, whether HP or non-HP. In-fact, the trade-in offer covers every HP product category.
Return for Cash
Companies whose computer hardware equipment becomes obsolete or those that are no longer wanted or needed can be returned in exchange for cash, provided, they are considered as qualified according to HP’s criteria.
Your old computer can be refurbished and resold via HP’s Consumer Buyback Program. Businesses are being given the chance to maximize recovery from the remaining life of their assets or the chance to buy it back once it becomes reconditioned and refurbished.
Free Global Services:
Recycle your HP inkjet and laserjet ink cartridges by ordering online for postage-paid return shipping materials form or visit the HP Planer Program site for other return options.Checkout HP cartridge boxes return materials for selected products available per country. HP's Planet Program has an online tool customers could use for requesting recycling services.
They also maintain and coordinate with RBRC, an estimated 32,000 retail drop-off points for rechargeable batteries, across the U.S. and Canada. You can checkout HP's other free recycling services for cellphones and mercury lamp assemblies.