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Country Specific Packaging Return, Sorting, and Recycling Information

Xerox strives to minimize packaging associated with our products and make it easy to return it to us or dispose of it properly in local collection systems. Some countries require special marking on packaging to help users understand how to sort packaging material to ensure acceptability in local recycling programs. Xerox complies with these requirements by providing country-specific packaging information. If your specific country is not listed, please separate and recycle packaging according to your local guidelines. Packaging is marked with symbols to help you separate them for recycling. The number inside the recycling symbol gives you information on the material the packaging is made from. These are the most common packaging materials used by Xerox and their associated symbols:

Symbol

Packaging Type

How to Recycle

Corrugated cardboard and molded pulp packaging

Empty the box, fold it flat, and put it in the container for local recycling

High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Plastic – sheets, bags or foamed blocks

Check local regulations to see if acceptable for recycling

Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) Plastic – sheets, bags or foamed blocks

Check local regulations to see if acceptable for recycling

Polystyrene (PS) Plastic – rigid plastic or foamed blocks

Check local regulations to see if acceptable for recycling

Mixed material – aluminum and plastic anti-static bags

Check local regulations to see if acceptable for recycling

See below for country-specific packaging information. • France – check back soon for more information • Germany - check back soon for more information • Italy - check back soon for more information • Portugal - check back soon for more information • Slovenia - check back soon for more information