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Getac is committed to the environment. One of the key components of that is recycling used equipment. Used equipment can be disassembled and key components that can be reused are removed. Glass and metal can be reprocessed for use in future products and many plastics can be recycled.

Recycle your Getac
Rugged Laptops & Tablets


Recycle your Getac Batteries.

Getac also offers free recycling for all Getac batteries. To recycle the battery, please go to call2recycle.org or use the Call2Recycle Helpline at 800-822-8837

Call2Recycle® is a product stewardship program providing no-cost battery and cellphone recycling solutions across the U.S. and Canada. Operated by Call2Recycle, Inc., a 501(c)4 nonprofit public service organization, the program is funded by battery and product manufacturers committed to responsible recycling. – See more at: call2recycle.org

Recycle your Packaging.

Getac has chosen the packaging materials used to transport our products carefully, to balance the requirements of shipping the product to you safely while minimizing the amount of material used. Our packaging for notebooks and tablets are recyclable and manufactured using elemental chlorine-free processes. They contain 90 percent (by weight) recycled content. Your packaging materials can be recycled at your local recycling center. Or, if you would like Getac to recycle your packaging, please contact us at (949) 681-2950 and we will make arrangements for you.

Green Policy.

Getac is committed to green IT products and environmental protection. We implement strict policy to ensure that our material parts, products, packaging and manufacturing process will fulfill the following environmental requirements:

  • SO ISO14001
  • RoHS Directive Certification
  • WEEE Directive Certification
  • Battery Directive Certification
  • Packaging Directive Certification
  • PFOS Directive Certification

Getac Statement against Use of “Conflict Minerals”

Getac has always respected international human rights and continuously practiced the idea of being a world citizen. In response to Bill H.R. 4173 Dodd-Franck Act signed by U.S. President Obama in July 2010, Getac specifically states its prohibition against the use of Conflict Minerals.

Getac Statement :
Although Getac does not directly purchase metal raw materials, we strongly express that we do not support and do not use any metal mineral such as cobalt (Co), stannum (Sn), palladium (Pd), tantalum (Ta), wolfram (W) or gold (Au) extracted from mining fields with armed conflict, illegal exploitation, or shoddy work environment in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and its neighboring countries.

In order to avoid the use of metal from illegal exploitation among raw materials and during the production process, Getac requires suppliers to refuse the use of any “Conflict Minerals” from conflict areas and to verify the source of the mineral. It also requires suppliers to communicate this requirement to its upstream suppliers to fulfill the responsibilities of enterprise citizens together.

Note 1: One article in the bill of the Dodd-Frank Act require es the Securities Exchange Commission to stipulate that any person trading or using any conflict mineral duly trace the source of the mineral, including Coltan, Cassiterite, Gold and Wolframite.
Note 2: “Conflict Mineral” – certain metal minerals that have become the major financial source for organizations of armed insurrection in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and its neighboring countries to serve the purpose of arms trafficking, extending bloody conflicts with their government, ravaging local civilians, and drafting child soldiers and mineral workers by force, causing continuous international dispute.

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