RECYCLING AT CANON INDIA

    1. What does Canon recycle?
       
      Canon India complies with the E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016 and E-Waste (Management) Amendment Rules, 2017. 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:
      I. As a Producer Canon collects the following ewaste:
      • End of life products like copiers, printers, scanners etc.
      • Ink cartridges & Toner cartridges
      • Camera Batteries
      II. As a Bulk Consumer of electronic equipment (both Canon & non-Canon make) like laptops, PCs, printers, copiers etc.
       
    2. How does Canon recycle in India?
       
      We have tied up with Producer Responsibility Organization who would channelize the E-Waste to authorized recycler for recycling E-Waste in an environment friendly way.
       
    3. How can you participate in the Canon Recycling Programme in India?
       
      Authorized Service Center (ASC) ,Canon Image Squares (CIS) have been identified as drop points for collection of E-Waste.
      You can deposit your E-Waste at the collection points 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.
       

    4. 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 and its dimensions. (Box Size: 18" X 18" X 36")
       
    5. 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.