Dell RecyclingFree, easy and responsible recycling is the centerpiece of our consumer program. Around the globe, we offer programs that allow for the free return of all Dell-branded equipment.uuid:b0742e50-47d0-431b-9b45-241dfcd614c5;id=26262014-05-21T04:43:00-05:00http://i.dell.com/sites/content/metadata/PublishingImages/cr_recycling.jpguuid:b0742e50-47d0-431b-9b45-241dfcd614c5;id=2627Global TakeBack Leadership 2014-07-09T05:05:00-05:00Dell is committed to creating the most effective Global TakeBack programs by being responsible for our products through legislativeuuid:b0742e50-47d0-431b-9b45-241dfcd614c5;id=2628Used electronics become pathways to learning2014-07-02T09:04:00-05:00Dell is committed to a global recycling initiative that helps its customers remove and dispose of old technology safely and responsibly, while allowing them to meet their sustainability goals.uuid:b0742e50-47d0-431b-9b45-241dfcd614c5;id=2629Technology helps reduce physical learning barriers2014-07-02T09:03:00-05:00The Camara Ireland partnership also takes specific measures to empower students with special needs. Education in classrooms with children with special needs is especially impactful because it really helps those children to overcome the physical barriers of learning.uuid:b0742e50-47d0-431b-9b45-241dfcd614c5;id=2630The Mukuru Slum Development Project empowers women2014-07-02T08:52:00-05:00Developing an e-waste treatment facility helps protect people and the environment, create jobs and transfer knowledge to local communities in Kenya. With the Mukuru Slum Development Project, Dell funds the collection point’s operations through rotating, self-sustaining a microfinance loan, whichuuid:b0742e50-47d0-431b-9b45-241dfcd614c5;id=2631Working to turn e-waste into valuable resources2014-07-02T08:48:00-05:00In many developing countries, discarded electronics are not seen as waste but rather a valuable resource and an opportunity to earn income. Moving from an informal recycling culture to a formal model in Kenya required a combination of strong legislation, infrastructure development for collectionuuid:b0742e50-47d0-431b-9b45-241dfcd614c5;id=2632Dell Reconnect: How It Works2014-06-16T13:48:00-05:00The Dell Reconnect program allows anyone to recycle any brand of computer equipment for free at one of the 2,200 Goodwill locations in the United States and Canada. This reduces e-waste and recycles your old systems while staying eco-friendly.uuid:b0742e50-47d0-431b-9b45-241dfcd614c5;id=2633Responsible Recycling: Dell Bans E-Waste Exports2014-06-10T06:44:00-05:00Dell is the first computer manufacturer to ban the export of e-waste to developing countries.uuid:b0742e50-47d0-431b-9b45-241dfcd614c5;id=2634Donate Your Dell at the National Cristina Foundation2014-05-22T21:58:00-05:00Businesses or individuals can donate used technology to a worthy cause and earn a 10 percent software or peripheral discount coupon from Dell.uuid:b0742e50-47d0-431b-9b45-241dfcd614c5;id=2635Dell Reconnect: Donate any brand of computer to Goodwill2014-05-21T08:29:00-05:00The Dell Reconnect program allows anyone to recycle any brand of computer equipment for free at one of the 2,200 Goodwill locations in the United States and Canada. This reduces e-waste and recycles your old systems while staying eco-friendly.uuid:b0742e50-47d0-431b-9b45-241dfcd614c5;id=2636Dell Mail-back Recycling Program2014-05-21T04:43:00-05:00Dell brings e-cycling to you. When you’re ready to recycle your Dell equipment, simply fill out our online shipping form, print the FedEx label and send it in free of charge. This keeps e-waste out of your closet and our landfills.