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Recycling Information

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Westinghouse Electronics encourages all of its customers to recycle their used computer monitors and televisions.

Residents of Hawaii: State law requires manufacturers who offer for sale computers, computer printers, computer monitors, and portable computers with screen sizes greater than 4 inches into the State of Hawaii to provide a convenient method for covered entities to recycle their used equipment without paying a separate fee at time of recycling. Hawaii is in the process of developing a similar program for TVs. This is accomplished through a free mail-back program for all televisions bearing the Westinghouse brand. To request a pre-paid mailing label, please follow the instructions on this page under “Recycling Information”.

For more information regarding electronics recycling in the State of Hawaii please visit the Hawaii Department of Health website at: www.hawaii.gov/health/environmental/environmental/waste/sw/hedrp/hedrp.html

Residents of New Jersey: State law requires manufacturers of televisions to offer a free and convenient recycling program to New Jersey consumers. For information on television drop off locations, please visit www.e-worldonline.com

Residents of Maine: click here for more information. 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 monitors and television sets in your area.

Residents of Maryland: click here for more information. State law requires manufacturers of televisions to offer a free and convenient recycling program to Maryland consumers. This program is applicable for the recycling of televisions. This is accomplished through a free drop-off location for recycling or through a mail-back program. To request further information on how to recycle your product, please follow the instructions on this page under “Recycling Information”.

Residents of Michigan: State law requires manufacturers of televisions to offer a free and convenient recycling program to Michigan consumers. For information on drop off locations, please visit the E-World Online web page www.e-worldonline.com.

Residents of Missouri: click here for more information. State law requires that manufacturers who offer or have offered for sale computer materials to provide consumers with a free and convenient collection program for computer materials. Computer materials include desktop and notebook computers, computer monitors and other display devices that do not contain a tuner. For more information regarding electronics recycling in the state of Missouri, please visit the Missouri Department of Natural Resources at: http://www.dnr.mo.gov/env/hwp/electronics/waste.htm

Residents of New York: click here for more information. Residents of New York: State law requires manufacturers of televisions and computer peripherals to offer a free and convenient recycling program to New York consumers. This program is applicable for the recycling of Westinghouse brand televisions, monitors, mice and keyboards. This is accomplished through a free mail-back program for all television and computer peripheral equipment bearing the Westinghouse brand name. To request a prepaid mailing label, please follow the instructions on this page under “Recycling Information”. This service is free to not only residential consumers, but also for-profit entities which have 49 or fewer full time employees, not-for-profit corporations with 74 or fewer full time employees, or any not-for-profit corporations designated under section 501(c)(3) of the internal revenue code. For more information regarding the New York E-Waste law, please go to: http://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/65583.html

Residents of Ohio: State law requires manufacturers of televisions to offer a free and convenient recycling program to Ohio consumers. This program is applicable for the recycling of televisions. This is accomplished through a free mail-back program. To request a prepaid mailing label, please follow the instructions on this page under “Recycling Information”. For more information regarding electronics recycling in the state of Ohio, please visit the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s website at: www.epa.ohio.gov www.epa.ohio.gov

Residents of Oklahoma: state law requires manufacturers that offer for sale new computer equipment into the State of Oklahoma to offer consumers a free and convenient recycling program. Computer equipment includes desktops, laptops, monitors, mice and keyboards that are no longer of use to the consumer. For more information regarding electronics recycling in the State of Oklahoma, please visit the website of the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality at: http://www.deq.state.ok.us/lpdnew/ewasteindex.html#law

Residents of Texas: State law requires manufacturers that offer or have offered for sale computer equipment in the state of Texas to offer consumers a free and convenient recycling program, which includes laptops, monitors, mice and keyboards. This is accomplished through a free mail-back program for all computer equipment bearing the Westinghouse brand. To request a pre-paid mailing label, please follow the instructions on this page under “Recycling Information”. For more information regarding the Texas E-waste law, please go to www.texasrecyclescomputers.org

Residents of Utah:State law requires manufacturers of consumer electronic devices including televisions and their peripherals, and computers and their peripherals, to inform Utah consumers about eligible programs. This program is applicable for the recycling of televisions. This is accomplished through a free mail back program. To request a prepaid mailing label, please follow the instructions on this page under “Recycling Information”. For more information regarding electronics recycling in the state of Utah, please visit the Utah Department of Environmental Quality website at: www.deq.utah.gov//Pollution_Prevention/electronics.htm

Residents of Virginia: state law requires manufacturers who offer for sale computer equipment into the Commonwealth of Virginia to provide a convenient method for consumers to recycle their used equipment without paying a separate fee at time of recycling. This law applies to desktop or notebook computers and computer monitors. For more information regarding electronics recycling in the Commonwealth of Virginia, please visit the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality website at: www.deq.state.va.us/recycling.

Residents of West Virginia: click here for more information. State law requires manufacturers of televisions to offer a free and convenient recycling program to West Virginia consumers. This program is applicable for the recycling of televisions. This is accomplished through a free drop-off location for recycling or through a mail-back program. To request further information on how to recycle your product, please follow the instructions on this page under “Recycling Information”.

Recycling Information

If you have a Westinghouse product you wish to recycle, please send the information listed below to recycling@westinghouseelectronics.com with the subject “E-Waste Recycling Request, <STATE>*”.

  • Name
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • Email Address
  • Westinghouse Model Number
  • Westinghouse Serial Number

*Please include your state of residence in the subject line to expedite processing.

If your product qualifies for your state’s recycling plan, a pre-paid mailing label will be sent to you by e-mail. Once received, Westinghouse will reuse or recycle your product in accordance with Federal, State, and local regulations.