Are there any companies that take back their waste?



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    I am not sure if this counts but their is the Nike shoe recycling program. After you waste your shoes send them in and they will be completely reused. “When it’s time to say goodbye, bring your athletic shoes to any Reuse-A-Shoe drop-off location – there are more than 300 around the world. If you’re not near a drop-off location, you can also mail your worn-out sneakers to our recycling facility – but please, only mail your shoes if you have to, as shipping small numbers of shoes to our facility creates a larger carbon footprint.” Their address:
    Nike Recycling Center
    c/o Reuse-A-Shoe
    26755 SW 95th Ave.
    Wilsonville, OR 97070
    There is also Sony an their, “Sony Take Back Recycling Program was the first national recycling initiative to involve both a major electronics manufacturer and a national waste management company. Since its inception in 2007, we have strived to create convenient ways for you to recycle your unwanted products:

    Sony GreenFill e-Recycle Drop Boxes at Retail Locations
    Consumers: Recycle electronics while you shop. Bring unwanted small electronics of any brand to a participating retail location and recycle it for free.
    Retailers: Ship product collected through Sony® GreenFillSM for free and responsible recycling.

    Nationwide e-Recycling Drop-off Centers
    Bring any size of unwanted Sony-branded electronics to an e-Recycling drop-off center and recycle it for free.

    Battery Recycling Program
    In addition to our drop off locations, we also make recycling your old rechargeable Sony batteries easy. Simply go to a Sony Style store near you and drop it off at the Sony Style drop box.

    Green GloveSM In-home TV Removal Service
    We’ll remove your old TV and haul it away for free eco-friendly recycling when you select Premier In-home Delivery from Sony Style stores.

    Sony ECO Mail Back Program in TX, WV, OK, RI, VA
    Sony has contracted with Eco International to provide free take back services for electronic hardware in select states. Simply print a label and send back to us for free recycling.”

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