Recycling Policy

Recycling is an important way for individuals and businesses to reduce the waste they generate and de-risk the negative impact that irresponsible disposal may cause. Recycling also conserves natural resources. Reducing, reusing, recycling and buying recycled products benefits our natural world and our economy. We all have a responsibility to ensure that the electronic appliances are properly disposed off at the end of their lives.

Please return your Honeywell branded products for recycling when they reach the end of their useful life.



"At Honeywell, we take our environmental responsibilities very seriously. Just as we have taken a global approach for all our products, we believe our world's environmental issues, such as climate change, must be addressed in a similarly comprehensive way. This is why we continue to develop innovative products that minimize their impact on the environment while making our consumers' lives easier."

Honeywell is an industry leader in developing high-performance products that help conserve the earth's resources and allow users to use resources more efficiently. We continually strive to understand and manage the environmental effects of our business, not only by creating new and innovative products that consume less energy and water, but also by improving our processes and using materials that minimize the impact on the planet.

We are sensitive to the needs of our environment and understand the need for adapting today and creating ways to secure a greener and happier life tomorrow.


The Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India has promulgated the E-Waste (Management and Handling) Rules 2011("the Rules"), which became effective from 01 May 2012. The rules impose obligations on both producers and users on a wide range of products, including home appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines and air-conditioners, when they reach the end of their lives. A product is said to reach "end of life" when the same cannot be used for the purpose it was originally designed, is beyond repair, and needs to be discarded and disposed.


E-Waste as defined in the Rules is waste electrical and electronic equipment, whole or in part or rejects from their manufacturing and repair process, which are intended to be discarded. Electric and electronic equipment means equipment which is dependent on electric currents or electro-magnetic fields to be fully functional.

E-Waste may comprise of both re-usable and non-reusable components, substances, elements etc. which can either be gainfully reused or if left unattended, end up being detrimental to the environment and life on Earth. E-Waste is usually marked with presence of toxic material, hazardous constituents etc. like lead, oil, gases etc. and if not treated correctly, may get released into the environment with ill consequences. On the contrary, retrieval of re-usable constituents can help to conservation resources.


Producers are obliged to ensure safe recycling and disposal of products and their components at the end of their life, as inappropriate handling of waste may pose risks to health and environment. Consumers on their part are expected to ensure that E-Waste generated by them is (a) channelized to an authorized collection centre or to a registered dismantler or recycler, or (b) is returned to the pick-up or take-back services provided by the producer. E-Waste generated by consumers not only includes the complete product when it has reached end-of-life but components and parts that may be replaced in the course of its life, e.g. a compressor in an air conditioner or a motor in washing machine.

It is our advice that consumers owning Honeywell  products follow the guidelines above and contact Honeywell when they are ready to discard a part or the product itself as Honeywell will ensure that these are channelized for safe disposal in compliance with the E-waste Rules. Indeed, Green Sense – a take-back program initiated by Honeywell - is to help consumers recycle Honeywell branded appliances sold in India.

As part of the take back and recycling initiative, Honeywell International India Pvt. Ltd. has partnered with an authorized e waste recycler for channelizing E-Waste collected from all over India. This program is a solution for consumers to dispose their Honeywell appliances when they reach their end-of-life.


1. What is Honeywell’s recycling program?
It is a take-back and recycling initiative by Honeywell International India Pvt. Ltd. As part of this initiative, consumers can contact Honeywell to dispose of their Honeywell branded products which have reached end of their usual life.

2. What all Honeywell branded products can be recycled through this initiative?
Currently this initiative covers e-waste related to Air conditioners, Printers, Scanners, Mobility and RFID Devices

3. How can I get my Honeywell appliance recycled?
Our program provides a convenient way to the Honeywell consumer to dismantle/recycle or dispose-off their Honeywell appliances when they reach their end-of-life. The consumer can call at their Toll-Free Nos or E-mail to us and know the nearest collection center where they can drop off the appliance.

4. Do consumers have to pay to get their Honeywell branded products disposed off?
Consumers do not have to pay for participating in the program for Honeywell branded products.

5. Is there any monetary benefit/ discount scheme linked to this take back scheme?
There is no discount scheme/ monetary benefit linked to the program. By participating in this program, you are helping the environment for a cleaner and better tomorrow.

Collection Schemes and Awareness Programs:

India has more than 8000 towns and cities, organized under 722 districts and 29 states and 7 Union territories. Its population is spread far and wide. A take back system should ideally collect end of life waste electric and electronic equipment’s (WEEE) from all such town and cities.A proposed brief take back system and procedure movement of E-waste fall under EEE Code EEE Code ITEW6, ITEW9 and CEEW4 from collection onwards to the premises of authorized dismantler or recycler i.e. TES-AMM is suggested as follows:

       A. Take Back on product reaching the end of life from consumer/end users

The Customers/end users who want to return their product after end of life can contact Honeywell authorized aforesaid Recycler via Toll Free No. Toll Free No. & email for Collection of E-Waste – 1800-103-4761 & 18001024144 I Mail Id: and such product units will be collected from the customer by Recycler via robust transportation system with help of reverse logistic partners across PAN India or the customer will be asked to send the said products to the nearest collection centre/collection points, if they are willing to do so on “To Pay Basis”. Due Value towards the same way may also be given to customers to encourage them to come forward to enable dismantle or recycle of their end of life E-waste in an environmentally friendly manner.

       B. Storage, Dismantle or Recycle Plan of E-Waste Collected

Honeywell has set-up/hired aforesaid Recycler who has sufficient collection points/centers and said Recycler has an agreement with reverse logistics partners who are providing the services on PAN India basis to meet the requirement of collection as well as storage of E-Waste collected and it shall be kept in a designated space into their Warehouses and then all E-Waste shall be transferred in an appropriate manner to the respective or nearby Collection Points/Centers of the Recycler for dismantling and recycling purpose as per prescribed guidelines to meet the targets as per EPR Authorization.


Channelization Flowchart


Honeywell International India Private Limited Channelization of E-waste and service process e-waste is depicted in the below flowchart:

Details of proposed awareness programmes:

  • Training Seminars & Workshops:
  • Target Audience – Dealers, Retailers and Distributors
  • Frequency of Training, Seminar and Workshops in a Year – Twice a Year
  • Target Metro Cities/small cities/urban area/north-east state – Tier 1 Cities like Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad
  1. Proposed advertisement in newspapers, Print Pamphlets and Board Hoardings - The said advertisements shall be telecasted on digital channels. The same will mostly be done in the fourth quarter of the relevant financial year. It shall also be done through in the form of one pager product leaflets and display board hoarding at every quarter in a year across all tier 1 Cities
  1. Logos for Recycling of E-Waste on Product Packaging – Logos will be affixed on product packaging which will help the customers/end users to get knowledge and encouragement for proper dismantle or recycling of the products or equipment’s
  1. Provision of User Guide/Manuals & Brochures – Product Manuals/Brochures/Catalogue shall contain a booklet/leaflet endeavouring to make the end user aware on the E-Waste, its handling, operation and manner of dismantle or recycling (Do’s and Don’ts).


Details of Collection Points/Centers:

List of Collection Points/Centres

Sr. No. Region City Location State Address Contact Person Contact no
1 South Chennai Kancheepuram Tamil Nadu TES-AMM India Pvt. Ltd.
A-18, SIPCOT,Industrial Growth Centre,
Panrutti 'A' Village, Oragadam,
Kancheepuram Dist., Tamil Nadu – 631604.
State Code -33
Mr. Guha Jayaram 9176755506
2 South Bangalore Machohalli Karnataka TES-AMM India Pvt. Ltd.
A-18, SIPCOT,Industrial Growth Centre,
Panrutti 'A' Village, Oragadam,
Kancheepuram Dist., Tamil Nadu – 631604.
State Code -33
Mr. Ramaswamy K 7760983135
3 South Hyderabad Malkajgiri Telangana TES-AMM India Pvt. Ltd.
Plot No. 79, Sy. No. 847, IDA Medchal, Medchal-Malkajgiri District 501401
State Code - 36
Mr. Tapan Dash 9701011601
4 North Gurgaon Sonepat Haryana TES-AMM India Pvt. Ltd.
Killa no. 56/13/2/3, 14/1/2 Wazidpur Saboli,
Sonepat Distt., Haryana – 131028.
State Code – 06
Mr. Rajasekar 8130592883

For more information or E-Waste collection, call 18001034761, 18001024144 (Toll Free) or write to us at