Free Recycling Request Form

Please fill in all fields in the form below. We will only accept Systemax and Ultra branded systems, monitors and laptops. Systems can include an accompanying Systemax or Ultra branded keyboard and mouse. Also please read the Terms and Conditions for this service. This service is only offered to states included in the pull down at the bottom of the form. Eligible consumers will be issued a free shipping label for their equipment. All other submissions will be ignored.

Data sanitization
Prior to sending in your equipment customer is advised to remove all data from the computer(s). Systemax will not accept any responsibility or obligation of confidentiality for the security of any data contained in/on the equipment returned. Please Click Here and follow instruction on how to wipe out the data from the computer(s) using free data-wiping program to erase data on your hard drive.
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* Maryland residents are eligible for shipping containers to be sent at no charge. Simply type "request shipping container" in the same entry box with your address.


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There are a number of nonprofit organizations that can make good use of your used computers by passing them along to people or groups in need.
eBay Giving Works offers another way to make a charitable contribution by selling your used computers, cell phones and consumer electronics. Through eBay Giving Works, when you list an item on eBay, you can donate part or all of the final sale price to the nonprofit of your choice. Your listing will be marked with special features and information about your donation commitment, giving buyers additional confidence and incentive to purchase.
Goodwill Goodwill Goodwill Industries agencies refurbish, recycle or resell computer donations to earn money for job training and career programs that benefit over 600,000 people each year.
The National Cristina Foundation directs donations of used computer equipment to organizations throughout the U.S. These groups train people with disabilities, students at risk and economically disadvantaged persons to lead more independent and productive lives.
StRUT StRUT The Students Recycling Used Technology (StRUT) program gives schools reusable equipment that students must evaluate, sort, repair and refurbish so it can be distributed to and used by schools in need. With this holistic approach, StRUT provides valuable business and technical skills to thousands of students each year. Learn more about StRUT and how to donate reusable systems.


By putting your computers, cell phones and consumer electronics into the hands of a reputable recycler, potentially hazardous materials can be disposed of safely and reusable materials can be salvaged.
BAN Basel Action Network (BAN) maintains the E-Stewards Initiative (the Electronics Recycler's Pledge of True Stewardship) and a list of recyclers that agree to maintain the most rigorous social and environmental criteria to recycle your computer or electronic waste.
Earth 911 Earth 911 � A national environmental information network providing access to community recycling, donation and disposal options for computers, electronics and cell phones. By entering your ZIP code on the site you can find your nearest electronics recycling event/location.
EPA EPA eCycling - EPA is working to educate consumers and others on why it is important to reuse and recycle electronics and what the options are for safe reuse and recycling of these products. State and local governments, manufacturers, and retailers, who are already aware of the pressing need to better manage these materials, are providing more opportunities to recycle and reuse this equipment.
SVTC Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition (SVTC) � This grassroots coalition engages in research and advocacy to help find solutions to e-waste concerns. SVTC helped found, and works with, the Computer Take Back Campaign. The Computer Take Back Campaign promotes corporate accountability for electronic waste and publishes a list of companies that provide responsible recycling programs for computers and electronics.


Find new ways to "Go Green" by reducing your impact on the planet.
Illinois E-Recycle State Of Illinois E-Waste Recycling Page An informative page with tips on recycling electronic waste in the State of Illinois.
Maryliand Waste Diversion State Of Maryland Waste Diversion FAQ Answers to many questions concerning waste diversion and recycling in the State of Maryland.
State of Pennsylvania Electronics Recycling Program State of Pennsylvania Electronics Recycling Program FAQ Answers to many questions concerning waste diversion and recycling in the State of Pennsylvania .