Recycling

Environmental Responsibility Recycling


Connecticut Recycling

OKI Data encourages its customers to recycle their OKI products, and has facilitated this for residents of Connecticut through the means mentioned on this web page.
 
To find out where to recycle your OKI product in Connecticut, and for more information about Connecticut's electronic waste efforts and requirements, please visit the Connecticut Department of Natural Resources website.

Hawaii Recycling

OKI Data encourages its customers to recycle their OKI Printing Solutions products, and has facilitated this for residents of Hawaii through the means mentioned on this web page.
 
To find out where to recycle your OKI Printing Solutions product in Hawaii, please visit the MRM website at this URL:
 
For more information about Hawai'i's electronic waste regulations, please visit the Recycle Hawaii website (under e-waste recycling) at...

Illinois Recycling

OKI Data encourages its customers to recycle their OKI Printing Solutions products, and has facilitated this for residents of Illinois through the means mentioned on this web page.
 
To find out where to recycle your OKI Printing Solutions product in Illinois, please visit the MRM website at this URL:
 
For more information about Illinois's electronic waste law, please:
 
Visit the Illinois EPA website
 
Download the Illinois resident

Maine Recycling

We encourage all of our customers to recycle their used electronics. All waste computer monitors, portable computers, digital picture frames, televisions, portable DVD players, desktop printers, and video game consoles generated by households in Maine must be recycled.
 
Please contact your local municipality for information about how and where to recycle your e-waste in your area. For more information about Maine’s electronic waste law, please visit the Maine Department of Environmental Protection website at...
 

Michigan Recycling

OKI Data encourages its customers to recycle their OKI products, and has facilitated this for residents of Michigan through the means mentioned on this web page.
 
To find out where to recycle your OKI product in Michigan, please visit the MRM website at this URL:
 
For more information about Michigan's electronic waste regulations, please visit the Michigan state's Department of Environmental Quality website (under electronics reuse and recycling) at...

New York Recycling

OKI Data encourages its customers to recycle their OKI Printing Solutions products, and has facilitated this for residents of New York state through the means mentioned on this web page.


Equipment Security

Many OKI products may include, or have available as an option, a separate hard drive or installable memory, to allow for data transfer and storage. Before transfering, recycling or discarding your printer or MFP, please review the instructions provided at the link below by selecting your product. Instructions are provided relative to these storage devices and indicate necessary steps to safeguard and/or properly destroy sensitive data that may be stored on them.


Rechargeable Batteries

IT IS ILLEGAL TO DISPOSE OF RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK AS SOLID WASTE. DISPOSING OF THE BATTERY AS SOLID WASTE IS BAD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT. THE STATE OF NEW YORK HAS PASSED AN EXTENDED PRODUCER RESPONSIBILITY LAW THAT REQUIRES MANUFACTURERS, DISTRIBUTORS, OR RETAILERS TO COLLECT AND PROPERLY DISPOSE OF OR RECYCLE RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES WITHOUT COST TO THE CUSTOMER.


Some of OKI's printers are powered by a lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack. These batteries should exhibit an RBRC recycling logo either on an adhesive label or printed directly on the battery pack. The label (see example below) provides a toll-free number to help you locate battery drop-off locations in your area.


Printers/MFPs Recycling

To find out where to recycle your OKI product in New York state, please visit the MRM website at this URL:

http://www.mrmrecycling.com/recycle-now.php


To find out more information about New York's electronic waste efforts and requirements, please visit the Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act page at the NY State Department of Environmental Conservation website.

New Jersey

OKI Data encourages its customers to recycle their OKI Printing Solutions products, and has facilitated this for residents of New Jersey through the means mentioned on this web page. 
To find out where to recycle your OKI Printing Solutions product in New Jersey, please visit the MRM website at this URL: 
 
For more information about New Jersey's electronic waste efforts and requirements,
please visit the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Division of Solid and Hazardous Waste website visit:

Oregon Recycling

OKI Data encourages its customers to recycle their OKI Printing Solutions products, and has facilitated this for residents of Oregon through the means mentioned on this web page.
 
To find out where to recycle your OKI Printing Solutions product in Oregon, please visit the MRM website at this URL:
 
For more information about Oregon's electronic waste efforts and requirements,
please visit the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality website visit:

South Carolina Recycling

We encourage all of our customers to recycle their used electronics. All waste desktop, laptop, notebook and table computers as well as computer monitors, printers and televisions generated by residents in South Carolina must be recycled.
 
To find out where to recycle your OKI Printing Solutions product in South Carolina, please visit the MRM website at this URL:
 
For more information about South Carolina’s electronic waste law, please visit the South Carolina Department of Heath and Environmental Control website at...

Utah Recycling

We encourage all of our customers to recycle their used electronics. All waste computers, computer peripherals (including printers), fax machines, copiers, televisions, monitors, VCRs, DVD players, video cameras, game consoles, and wireless devices generated by consumers in Utah must be recycled.
 
To find out where to recycle your OKI product in Utah, please visit the MRM website at this URL:
 
For more information about Utah’s electronic waste law, please visit the Utah Department of Environmental Quality website at...

Vermont Recycling

We encourage all of our customers to recycle their used electronics. All waste computers, peripherals, monitors, printers, game consoles, PDA, MP3 players, fax machines, telephones, VCRs, DVD players, digital converter boxes, answering machines, stereo equipment, cell phones, and televisions generated by any household, charity, school district, or business with up to 10 employees in Vermont must be recycled.
 
For more information about Vermont’s electronic waste law and a list of collection sites and contact numbers, please visit the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation website at...

Washington, D.C.

OKI Data encourages its customers to recycle their OKI Printing Solutions products, and has facilitated this for residents of Washington, D.C. through the means mentioned on this web page. 
To find out where to recycle your OKI Printing Solutions product in Washington, D.C., please visit the MRM website at this URL: 
 
For more information about Washington, D.C.'s electronic waste efforts and requirements,
please visit the Washington, D.C. Department of Public Works website visit:

Wisconsin Recycling

OKI Data encourages its customers to recycle their OKI Printing Solutions products, and has facilitated this for residents of Wisconsin through the means mentioned on this web page.
 
To find out where to recycle your OKI Printing Solutions product in Wisconsin, please visit the MRM website at this URL:
 
For more information about Wisconsin's electronic waste efforts and requirements, please visit the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website

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