Recycling at Canon India - Canon India

Recycling at Canon India

What does Canon recycle?

Canon India complies with the E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016 and E-Waste (Management) Amendment Rules, 2018. As part of Extended Producers' Responsibility, Canon has set up a collection mechanism to channelize and dispose e-waste.

The following items are disposed in an environment friendly way:

  1. As a Producer Canon collects the following ewaste:​
  • End of life products like copiers, printers, FAX etc.
  • Ink cartridges & Toner cartridges
  • Camera Batteries
  1. As a Bulk Consumer of electronic equipment (both Canon & non-Canon make) like laptops, PCs, printers, copiers etc.

How does Canon recycle in India?

We have tied up with Authorized recycler and Producer Responsibility Organization ( PRO) who would channelize the E-Waste to their authorized recyclers for recycling E-Waste in an environment friendly way.

How can you participate in the Canon Recycling Programme in India?

Collection points/centers of our PRO, Karo Sambhav Pvt. Ltd. have been identified as drop points for collection of E-Waste. You can deposit your E-Waste at the collection points/centers at any of these locations .

In case you have more than 10KG of E-Waste & you wish to dispose of your E-Waste from any location other than the above please fill the form  and we would be happy to assist you. 

Can a recycling box be placed at your workplace?

In case your consumption of toner cartridges is large (100 no’s in a month) and you would want us to place a recycling box at your premise, you may place your request through our call centre. You may also send us an email to request for a recycling box to be placed at your premise.

CIPL would assess the feasibility and let you know about the placement of bins. Click here   to have a look at the Recycling Box

All Canon products covered under E-Waste Management Rules 2016 comply with the requirements of ROHS and prohibits use of lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls or polybrominated diphenyl ethers in concentrations exceeding 0.1 % by weight and 0.01 % by weight for Cadmium, except for the exemptions set in Schedule II of the Rule.