BlackBerry is committed to preserving the environment and promoting the reuse of recycled materials derived from electronic devices and its batteries. We are pleased to participate in a green initiative that allows customers to properly recycle their BlackBerry branded end-of-life products with our recycling partners at no charge.
BlackBerry works closely with the Electronic Manufacturers Recycling Management Company (MRM) to offer the Nationwide Mail Back Program, which allows customers to generate a pre-paid shipping label to return unwanted phones and tablets for recycling at no charge.
To learn more about recycling opportunities in your area, please visit the MRM webpage.
We recommend that you do the following prior to shipping/dropping off your unwanted devices. Note that BlackBerry assumes no responsibility for the loss of confidential information or personal data on equipment.
Please refer to your User Manual for more information or you may contact our Customer Care Center (North America) at 1-855-223-4034 for further assistance.
For more information on electronic recycling programs in your state, click on your state's recycling authority.
State Recycling Authority
|Alabama||Alabama Department of Environmental Management|
|Alaska||Division of Environmental Health Solid Waste Program|
|Arizona||Arizona Department of Environmental Quality|
|Arkansas||Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality|
|California||California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery|
|Colorado||Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment|
|Connecticut||Department of Energy & Environmental Protection|
|Delaware||Delaware Solid Waste Authority|
|Florida||Florida Department of Environmental Protection|
|Georgia||Georgia Department of Community Affairs|
|Hawaii||Department of Health|
|Idaho||Department of Environmental Quality|
|Illinois||Illinois Environmental Protection Agency|
|Indiana||Indiana Department of Environmental Management|
|Iowa||Iowa Department of Natural Resources|
|Kansas||Kansas Department of Health and Environment|
|Kentucky||Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection|
|Louisiana||Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality|
|Maine||Maine Department of Environmental Protection|
|Maryland||Maryland Department of the Environment|
|Massachusetts||Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs|
|Michigan||Department of Environmental Quality|
|Minnesota||Minnesota Pollution Control Agency|
|Mississippi||Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality|
|Missouri||Missouri Department of Natural Resources|
|Montana||Montana Department of Environmental Quality|
|Nebraska||Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality|
|Nevada||Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources|
|New Hampshire||New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services|
|New Jersey||Department of Environmental Protection|
|New Mexico||New Mexico Environment Department|
|New York||Department of Environmental Conservation|
|North Carolina||North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality|
|North Dakota||North Dakota Department of Health|
|Ohio||Ohio Environmental Protection Agency|
|Oklahoma||Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality|
|Oregon||Oregon Department of Environmental Quality|
|Pennsylvania||Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection|
|Rhode Island||Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management|
|South Carolina||South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control|
|South Dakota||South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources|
|Tennessee||Department of Environment and Conservation|
|Texas||Texas Commission on Environmental Quality|
|Utah||Utah Department of Environmental Quality|
|Vermont||Department of Environmental Conservation|
|Virginia||Virginia Department of Environmental Quality|
|Washington||Department of Ecology|
|West Virginia||Solid Waste Management Board|
|Wisconsin||Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources|
|Wyoming||Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality|
BlackBerry has partnered with Call2Recycle, a non-profit organization, to offer a safe and convenient battery recycling program. Through this program, customers will be able to drop off unwanted rechargeable batteries at one of over 34,000 available collection sites located across North America.
To find a drop-off location in your area, please visit the Call2Recycle webpage.