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Should Electronics Retailers Help Us Recycle Our Old Electronics?


Please take our short survey to tell us what you think about the consumer electronics retailers who sell us electronic products. By retailer, we mean a store (including online), like Best Buy, Walmart, Staples, or Amazon, that sells many brands and types of electronic products, not just their own.  (For example, we don’t consider the Apple store, or Dell’s online store to be a retailer. We are also not asking about cell phone carriers.)  

Be sure to click on SUBMIT at the bottom, after answering the questions. 











1. Have you ever bought electronic products from a retailer, either online or in a store?  (As opposed to buying from the manufacturer directly.)

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2. Have you ever taken or sent old electronic products to a retailer for recycling? (We are not asking about recycling printer toner or ink cartridges, but about recycling products - phones, computers, printers, etc.)

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3. If you answered YES to the question above, which retailer(s) have you used for recycling electronics? (Please don't include printer toner or ink cartridges.)

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4. Do you think that large retailers who sell electronics should also help their customers to recycle those electronic products later? 

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5. If you answered yes to the question above, do you think there should be a law that requires them to do this?

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6. If you knew that a particular retailer offered a free electronics recycling program, would you be more likely to buy your electronic products from them?

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7. If you knew that a particular retailer offered a free electronics recycling program, would you be more likely to shop there for other products, not just electronics?

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8. If you knew an electronics retailer didn’t offer an electronics recycling program would you not shop there? 
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Thank you for your time and your answers!