Renewable Resources


As a member of the global marketplace and community, NCR acts responsibly toward our customers and the environment in which our products, operations and services are deployed. NCR is committed to complying with legislative requirements that cover product recycling, recovery, treatment, management and disposal of electrical and electronic equipment.

NCR’s end-of-life hardware management services ensure secure and environmentally responsible product decommissioning, recycling, treatment, and compliant disposal. Our decommissioning and recycling programs are compliant with international recycling legislation such as the European Union’s Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).

Due to the increasing use of electrical and electronic products in nearly every aspect of our lives, new legislation is increasingly being enacted to ensure that the resulting “electronic waste” is properly managed at the end of its useful life. WEEE, which became effective beginning August 13, 2005, places certain obligations on producers of electrical and electronic equipment for the recovery and proper treatment of the products they supply.

Certain NCR products including retail/self-service terminal displays, image transport displays, and ATMs use fluorescent lamps which contain mercury in LCD display assemblies or backlighting systems.  Recycle or dispose of these products according to local, state, or federal laws.  For additional information on mercury-containing products, please visit the following websites:

Interstate Mercury Education & Reduction Clearinghouse

Vermont Mercury Education & Reduction Campaign

Telecommunications Industries Alliance E-cycling Central

Lamp Recycle.Org