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Binder Recycling Program

Recycle your binders at any Office Depot® OfficeMax® store location

Binder recycling partnership with Office Depot® OfficeMax®

TerraCycle® and Office Depot® OfficeMax® have partnered to create a free recycling program for all of your old binders.

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Drop-off locations

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Bring your old binders to any Office Depot® OfficeMax® location to be recycled. A store representative will exchange your old binder for a $2 Instant Savings off of a same day binder purchase!

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How it works

Participating is completely free and very easy. Simply bring your old empty binders to any Office Depot® OfficeMax® store and a store representative will provide you with a $2 Instant Savings off a same day binder purchase (see rules and restrictions).

Binder Recycling:  Get $2 off the purchase of any new binder when you recycle any binder in the same transaction. Discount applies only to binders purchased and will not be applied to any free binders with a purchase. Multipacks count as 1. Discount excludes tax. Binder to be recycled must be empty. No cash/credit back. Not valid on prior purchases or purchases made with Store Purchasing, Procurement or Retail Connect Cards. Limit 6 discounts per household/business.

What you can recycle in this program

Program accepted waste: All empty binders are accepted. They can be in any condition and any brand.

Office Depot® OfficeMax® is a leading global provider of products, services, and solutions for every workplace – whether your workplace is an office, home, school, or car. Click here to learn more about their sustainability initiatives.

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