Sharp/NEC proactively works with leaders in the environmental sector to improve the products our customers buy and, ultimately, the world in which we live.

Over the last few years, more and more states have been passing and considering legislation regarding end-of-life electronics disposal and mercury content bans. Sharp NEC Display Solutions has taken a leadership position in educating consumers and channel partners about these changes, which have a significant impact for individuals and businesses.

EPA Partnership

Sharp/NEC stands as one of the main companies working with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in developing policies and guidelines designed to create a more environmentally responsible industry.

Reduce, Reuse & Recycle
For many years, Sharp/NEC has been active in environmental issues facing the display industry. We have embarked on both company- and industry-wide initiatives aimed at building products that are as environmentally friendly as possible.
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Energy-efficient components, extended service plans and proper disposal are just a few of the factors that maximize the lifecycle of your NEC product.
Recycling Information (U.S. and Canada)
Be sure to note that if you have a product that is still in working order, even if it is not an NEC product, you may be able to trade it in towards the price of a new NEC product.