We are Members of the
The Take it Back Network is a partnership among government agencies, retailers, repair shops, charitable organizations and recyclers that provides consumers with options for recycling certain wastes - and their hazardous components - in a safe and cost effective manner.
To become a Take it Back Network member, organizations must have at least one facility located in where both businesses and residents can take their used products for recycling. Organizations that don't have a physical location where residents and businesses can drop off their electronic equipment and tubes for recycling, may provide pick up services. The pick up services must be available to both residents and businesses at a reasonable fee. Organizations must have been in business for at least one year, as demonstrated by a Master Business license, to be eligible to participate in the Take it Back Network.
Members must sign an Agreement that lists the materials the company will accept, the fees for service and relevant contact information. Take it Back Network members agree to the following provisions:
Take it Back Network members agree to recycle the equipment domestically and will not export hazardous electronic waste for recycling, disposal or repair from developed to developing countries either directly or indirectly through intermediaries.
Certificate of Recycling
Take it Back Network members must have available a Certificate of Recycling that can be provided to customers upon request. The certificate will include the type of product or material accepted; the name, location and phone number of the final processing facility that will recycle the material; and the process that will be used to recycle the materials.
Take it Back Network members agree to provide quarterly reports stating the numbers of TVs, computers, monitors, cell phones, and tubes that are recycled.