Recycling in the U.S.

Mobile phones, accessories, and tablets

Motorola Mobility offers a mail-back program through its partner, Reverse Logistics Group Americas, Inc. (RLGA), which allows Motorola Mobility’s customers to return certain Motorola-branded products for recycling free of charge. Click here to access the mail-back program and follow the instructions to obtain a free shipping label. Upon receipt of the shipping label, simply pack your product, affix the label to the package and send your covered electronic device for responsible recycling. For questions, please email us at recycle@motorola.com.

How to erase data from your devices

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.

Battery Recycling and Disposal

Motorola Mobility participates in the Call2Recycle program. Rechargeable batteries from Motorola products such as lithium ion batteries in phones can be recycled free of charge at any of the Call2Recycle's more than 30,000 drop off locations in the US and Canada. For more information about the Call2Recycle program and to locate a battery recycling location near you, visit http://www.call2recycle.org/

State Programs

Illinois

For information on recycling options for Illinois residents, please see the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency's electronic waste recycling webpage and this flyer provided by the Illinois EPA.

Maryland

Motorola Mobility offers a mail-back program through its partner, Reverse Logistics Group Americas, Inc. (RLGA), which allows Motorola Mobility’s customers to return certain Motorola-branded products for recycling free of charge. Click here to access the mail-back program and follow the instructions to obtain a free shipping label. Upon receipt of the shipping label, simply pack your product, affix the label to the package and send your covered electronic device for responsible recycling. If you require packaging, it will be supplied, upon request, free of charge to Maryland consumers. 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 Jersey

In New Jersey, Motorola Mobility is a member of the RLGA Group Plan registered with the State Department of Environmental Protection and in compliance with the New Jersey Electronic Waste Management Act. This program provides convenient methods for consumers of Covered Electronic Devices to return their products at end of life for environmentally sound recycling. To learn more about this program please click here.

New York

In New York State, Motorola Mobility is a member of the RLGA Collective Electronic Waste Acceptance Program registered with the State Department of Environmental Conservation and in compliance with the New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act. This program provides convenient methods for consumers of Covered Electronic Equipment to return their products at end of life for environmentally sound recycling. To learn more about this program please click here.

Oregon

Oregon E-Cycles, a program created by Oregon's Electronics Recycling Law, provides free recycling of computers, monitors, televisions, printers, mice and keyboards to home consumers with seven or fewer items to recycle at a time. In support of this program, Motorola participates in the group plan "Manufacturers' Group Plan - powered by RLGA" (MGP), which is approved by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. Click here to view a list of the collection sites operated by MGP where consumers can return their equipment for recycling free of charge. For more information about Oregon e-Cycles, see http://www.deq.state.or.us/lq/pubs/docs/ORECyclesBrochure.pdf and http://www.oregonecycles.org.

Pennsylvania

In Pennsylvania, Motorola Mobility is a member of the RLGA Group Plan registered with the State Department of Environmental Protection and in compliance with the Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act. This program provides convenient methods for consumers of Covered Devices to return their products at end of life for environmentally sound recycling. To learn more about this program please click here.

Virginia

Refer to Motorola Mobility’s annual report for Virginia.