Recycle Devices at Participating Stores

Atlanta | Austin | Dallas | Seattle

Recycle your old phones, tablets, and laptops the smart way during a pilot program in Atlanta, Austin, Dallas and Seattle. Our collaboration with AT&T offers convenient recycling, helps bridge the digital divide, lowers your carbon footprint, and provides financial return.

participating Locations

Protect the Environment

E-waste contains toxic materials that can harm the environment if not disposed of properly. By collecting e-waste, we are helping to keep these materials out of landfills.

Bridge the Digital Divide

For every pound of e-waste collected, AT&T will donate one laptop to a local family or student in need, helping to close the digital divide, which is the gap between those who can access technology and those who can't.

Save Money

When you recycle old devices for free at AT&T, you save money on disposal and, potentially, earn money for the device, which can be applied to a new one. Visit the store for more information.
“The average person throws away 15 pounds of technology every year. Our work with RGX helps customers put their old devices back into a circular economy, reducing waste in landfills, freeing up space in junk drawers, and avoiding the emissions typically generated by the shipping process.”
"AT&T is focused on making it easier for our retail customers to reduce their environmental impact as we all celebrate Earth. Our work with RGX is helping to provide simple, local solutions to a global problem.”
"At RGX, we're thrilled to celebrate Earth Month alongside environmentally conscious companies like AT&T. Through our partnership, we're empowering individuals to participate in a circular economy for electronics. By responsibly recycling your old devices, consumers can help minimize e-waste, free up space, and avoid unnecessary shipping emissions. Every device we process together contributes to a healthier planet."

Recycle Devices at Participating Stores

Atlanta
Austin
Dallas
Seattle

Counts by Device

Laptops

1

Tablets

2

Phones

184

Counts by Device

Laptops

0

Tablets

5

Phones

15

Counts by Device

Laptops

0

Tablets

3

Phones

17

Counts by Device

Laptops

8

Tablets

6

Phones

30

Protecting Our Environment

Millions of discarded phones, tablets, and laptops contribute to a massive e-waste problem, generating a huge carbon footprint. RGX tackles this issue head-on by connecting corporate customers with local recycling vendors. This model eliminates unnecessary transportation miles and significantly reduces the environmental impact of electronics disposal.