Sustainable Materials Management (SMM) Electronics Challenge: List of Participants
We are grateful for the dedication of our Electronics Challenge partners and their efforts to reduce and divert waste. EPA is planning to evolve our Sustainable Materials Management partnership programs to align with our new priorities. At this time, we are no longer accepting Electronics Challenge partners.
Below were the companies from the consumer electronics and used electronics industries that participated in the SMM Electronics Challenge. By striving to send 100 percent of used electronics collected to certified recyclers and refurbishers, these Challenge participants helped to ensure that the used electronics they collected were responsibly managed by recyclers that maximize reuse and recycling, minimize exposure to human health and the environment, ensure the safe management of materials by downstream handlers, and require destruction of all data on used electronics.
|Organization||Status||City, State||EPA Region|
|Best Buy Co., Inc.||Inactive Participant||South Richfield, MN||5|
|Dell Technologies||Active Participant||Round Rock, TX||6|
|HP||Inactive Participant||Palo Alto, CA||9|
|LG Electronics USA, Inc.||Active Participant||Englewood Cliffs, NJ||2|
|Samsung Electronics||Active Participant||Montville, NJ||2|
|Sony Electronics, Inc.||Active Participant||San Diego, CA||9|
|Sprint||Inactive Participant||Overland Park, KS||7|
|Staples||Active Participant||Framingham, MA||1|
|TCL North America||Active Participant||Corona, CA||9|
|T-Mobile||Active Participant||Bellevue, WA||10|
|VIZIO, Inc.||Active Participant||Irvine, CA||9|
|Xerox Corporation||Active Participant||Norwalk, CT||1|