As of August 1, 2013, the electronics stewardship program has expanded to include electronic toys. Among the newly accepted consumer products are remote control vehicles, ride-on toys and electronic dolls. For the full list please visit return-it.ca/electronics/products
Electronic toys can now be recycled free of charge, at any Encorp Return-It ElectronicsTM Collection Site. Some examples include remote control vehicles, battery powered ride-on toys, electronic dolls and other electronic toys powered by a battery or plug. For the full list please visit return-it.ca/electronics/products
For a detailed list, visit www.return-it.ca/electronics/industry/technical
Yes, and these media will be accepted for recycling at Return-It Electronics Collection Sites.
Medical electronic equipment for monitoring or treatment is accepted, with the exception devices that have been implanted or exposed to infectious bodily fluids. Please recognize that Return-It Electronics Collection Sites are not obligated to accept any equipment they feel is unsafe to handle.