We are dedicated to making the future brighter for everyone. Element currently works in partnership with local governments and industry experts, along with supporting recycling initiatives in many states. To aid in the safe disposal of televisions and monitors, we are proud to offer free mail-in and drop off options for our customers in the following states:
For more information about our recycling programs in these states, please visit www.thinkdynamic.com/mailback.
*New Jersey Residents: Element utilizes the ERI collection network in the State of New Jersey. For New Jersey Consumers who are not physically able to travel to a collection site without assistance and/or not physically able to lift and move heavy (50 pounds in weight or heavier) or unwieldy covered electronic devices, Element provides pick up service at no cost. Please call ERI at 800-572-5300. Consumers can also find additional information by visiting the NJ Department of Environmental Protection’s website.
**North Carolina Residents: Please visit www.dnagroup.us/takeback/ or call 800-362-9608 for instructions on how to recycle your covered electronic device.
***As part of Virginia’s Computer Recovery and Recycling Act, manufacturers are required to post annual recycling performance and compliance assurance reports on their websites. Element’s annual report is provided in the link.
For a full list of laws, regulations, and programs covering electronic recycling, go to www.recyclenation.com/state-guidelines/.
For all in-warranty recycling questions and concerns, please reach out to the Element Customer Support team. We’ll be happy to help you with this process.
Element also supports e-waste recycling in California; please visit www.calrecycle.ca.gov or call CalRecycle at
1-916-341-6269 to learn more.
In addition, Element recommends responsible battery handling when your batteries have reached the end of their useful life. Please properly dispose of your batteries in a manner consistent with your community’s laws and waste management requirements. You can visit http://www.call2recycle.org/ to find your local regulations, as well as drop-off locations.