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    Product End-of-Life Management


    Kodak seeks to minimize the environmental impacts of our products throughout their entire life cycle.  We understand that being a steward of the environment means facilitating the safe reuse, recycling and disposal of our products.  The resources below provide important information on how to manage the products in Kodak's broad portfolio.


    Equipment Recycling 


    Kodak recommends the recycling of used electronic equipment. Recycling promotes resource conservation and reduces potential impacts to the environment. To find a recycling center near you, visit Earth911.com.

    Several states currently mandate the recycling of certain electronic devices. Additional requirements are anticipated in the future. Information on how to recycle Kodak products in these states is available at the state-specific links below.


    Hawaii (Kodak consumer printers accepted at MRM sites) 
    Illinois (Kodak consumer printers accepted at MRM sites) 
    More information about Illinois program 
    Michigan (Kodak consumer printers accepted at MRM sites)  
    Minnesota (Kodak Digital Picture Frames accepted at MRM sites) 
    New York (Kodak printers and scanners accepted at MRM sites) 
    North Carolina (Kodak consumer printers accepted at MRM sites) 
    South Carolina (Kodak printers accepted at MRM sites) 
    Wisconsin (Kodak consumer printers accepted at MRM sites) 


    KODAK Printer's EnviroServices Program (PEP)

    Our Printer's EnviroServices Program (PEP) allows printers the convenience of one stop shopping for graphics and environmental solutions while saving money and time.