Our Programs

Samsung provides convenient and responsible takeback options for Samsung branded electronic products nationwide. Different options are available depending on the product and location of the consumer.

Please choose between the following options to learn more about how you can recycle your Samsung electronic products.

Consumer electronics

Consumer Electronic Products


Mobile Products
Please refer to your carrier for takeback options or visit:

Home appliance

Home Appliance Products
Please refer to your local municipality or retailer for pick-up or drop-off options.

Mailback Program

Mailback Program

Allows any Samsung branded end of life product to be mailed back, including televisions up to 50 pounds to our recycling partners. Please visit oemtakeback.com

Please note that fees may vary depending upon the collection service offered.

Other Samsung Recycling Programs

Rechargeable Batteries

Rechargable Batteries

Samsung partners with Call2Recycle for takeback of rechargeable batteries and mobile phones. Please visit call2recycle.org
Packaging Takeback

Packaging Takeback

Samsung designs its packaging with recycling in mind. Please contact your municipality for details on how your town or county handles packaging materials.
Customer Service

Customer Service

For additional customer service regarding recycling call 1-800-SAMSUNG. We welcome feedback.
State Reports

State Reports

Some states require additional information. Please refer to http://recyclenation.com/state-guidelines/ and the following links.
  • California Program
    For California residents, to find more information and "approved - no drop off fee" collection locations for televisions and monitors (including CRT, LCD and Plasma technologies), please go to the following link: https://www2.calrecycle.ca.gov/electronics/eRecycle/
  • New York Program
    For New York State consumers Samsung will accept all Samsung branded covered electronic equipment and, with any purchase of Samsung branded covered electronic equipment, Samsung will recycle your old brand of the same type of covered electronic equipment at no cost. For more information on New York’s e-waste recycling program, please visit http://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/65583.html
  • New Jersey Program
    New Jersey Consumers can utilize the collection networks managed by our partners ERI and MRM. Consumers can also find additional information by visiting the NJ Department of Environmental Protection.
  • Virginia