Recycling in the United States
In the U.S., Motorola Mobility is a strong proponent and supporter of environmental sustainability and recycling programs. In partnership with our carriers, customers, retailers and recyclers and on our own, we operate takeback programs here and across the globe. For more details on recycling specific Motorola products in the U.S., see the information below:
|Mobile phones, tablets and accessories||
In the U.S., we accept all brands of mobile phones, tablets and accessories for recycling. Download a postage-paid label to return your mobile phone, tablet or accessory. For questions, please call us at 800-264-5130 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn how to erase the data from your phone, please visit our MotoCare website, where you can search for the product manual/user guide for your Motorola product. When you open the manual, search for the section on how to perform a "Master Clear" and this will wipe all of your data.
New York residents: learn about recycling options in your state.
In the U.S., we accept all Motorola-branded cordless phone units for recycling. This includes handsets, base units (with or without integrated answering machines), cords and plugs. Learn more about how to return your Motorola brand cordless phone for recycling.
|Modems and routers||
In the U.S., we accept all Motorola-branded modems and routers for recycling. This includes not only the modem or router, but also all associated power cords and plugs. Learn more about how to return a Motorola brand modem or router for recycling.
In the U.S., we have established a program with Independent Service Providers of cable television services to accept returns of set-tops for recycling. If you wish to return a Motorola cable set-top box, please contact your local service provider.
|Batteries: nickel cadmium, lithium ion and nickel metal hydride||
Used batteries (nickel cadmium, nickel metal hydride, lithium ion and small lead acid less than two pounds in weight) can be recycled as follows.
We will recycle lithium ion and nickel metal hydride batteries at no charge. Send used batteries to:
Shipments may be sent COD through the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). Please note the following USPS requirements: