Recycling Information

DPI, Inc encourages all of its customers to recycle their used computer monitors and televisions.

Residents of Maine

Beginning July 20, 2006, all waste computer monitors and televisions generated by households in Maine must be recycled (unless shipped out of state for disposal). Please contact your local municipality for information about how and where to recycle your computer monitor and televisions in your area. Please visit the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (MDEP) website at: www.maine.gov

Residents of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin

Please refer to 5R Processors, LTD website at www.5rprocessors.com for information about collection events and drop off sites. For Recycling Event's and Participating States click here: www.5rprocessors.com

Residents of New York

In New York State, DPI is a member of the Reverse Logistics Group Americas 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 (CEE) to return their products at end of life for environmentally sound recycling. To learn more about this program please click here: NY1.rlgamericas.com

Residents of Oklahoma

Please refer to 5R Processors, LTD website at www.5rprocessors.com for information about collection events and drop off sites. For Recycling Event's and Participating States click here: www.5rprocessors.com

Residents of Pennsylvania

In Pennsylvania, DPI is a member of the Reverse Logistics Group Americas Group Plan registered with the State Department of Environmental Protection and in compliance with 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. To learn more about this program please click here: PA.rlgamericas.com

Residents Texas

In the state of Texas recycling is free of charge. Please refer to 5R Processors, LTD website at click here: www.5rprocessors.com for information about collection events and drop off sites. For Recycling Event's and Participating States click here: www.5rprocessors.com.

Residents of other states in the US

Please refer to www.EIAE.org for additional recycling information.