27 Mar: Live more sustainably with this exciting tech at Best Buy

April is Earth Month, making it the perfect time to strive for a more sustainable lifestyle. Small changes to your daily routine can make an impact on the planet. Maybe you’ve already started bringing reusable bags to the grocery store or spent time learning your community’s recycling guidelines.

But now you don’t quite know what’s next in your sustainability journey.

We’re here to help. Best Buy offers a variety of sustainable tech suitable for all lifestyles. From smart plugs to electric scooters, you can choose what’s best for you to reduce your environmental impact.

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26 Mar: For 11th year in a row, Best Buy named ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year

Best Buy is honored to be named ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year for the 11th consecutive year. This award reflects our ongoing commitment to helping our customers save energy and live more sustainably.

Each year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency highlights organizations that have demonstrated exemplary commitments to promoting energy-efficient products and the ENERGY STAR program. This award represents one of many ways that we are working to protect the environment, which includes promoting the use of ENERGY STAR certified products to help our customers reduce energy consumption.

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20 Mar: How2Recycle® label program to help Best Buy customers with package disposal

Best Buy’s sustainability efforts continue to evolve as we work to reduce our impact on the environment. From leading the charge in recycling e-waste to reducing our carbon emissions, we want to do more for the planet — and help our customers do the same.

As part of that, we’re partnering with How2Recycle®, a standardized labeling system that provides transparent on-package disposal instructions. Because recycling programs vary by region, it’s sometimes hard to know if your recyclables end up in the right place.

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06 Feb: For seventh year, Best Buy makes CDP’s Climate A List

Best Buy is proud to be named to CDP’s prestigious Climate A List for the seventh consecutive year.

We have been credited as a leader by CDP for our efforts tackling climate change and accelerating our environmental goals. This year’s recognition is based on our actions to cut emissions, mitigate climate risks and drive a low-carbon economy.

“Doing our part to create a more sustainable future is the right thing to do for our business, our communities and our planet,” said Tim Dunn, Best Buy’s head of environmental sustainability.

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04 Oct: Celebrate Energy Awareness Month with ENERGY STAR® Certified products

October is Energy Awareness Month, and Best Buy is ready to celebrate with products designed to help reduce your carbon footprint.

We’ve set a goal to help our customers reduce their carbon emissions by 20% by 2030 through our wide assortment of ENERGY STAR certified products. Products that earn the ENERGY STAR® label are independently certified to meet strict energy efficiency specifications set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to save you energy and money and help protect the environment.

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13 Apr: Revamp your sustainable living this Earth Month at Best Buy

This Earth month – and every day – we want to help our customers live a more sustainable life. Whether you’re looking for ways to reduce your home’s energy use or are simply looking for more sustainable products to fit your lifestyle, we’ve got the solutions and programs to revamp your sustainable living.  

Making a few minor changes in your daily routine can make a significant difference. For example, ENERGY STAR® certified products meet strict energy-efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S.

Best Buy Technology Recycling Box blog

05 Apr: Best Buy launches nationwide Recycle-by-Mail Technology Boxes

New service makes electronic recycling easy and convenient for customers; ship everything from laptops, cords, tablets and more 

As the nation’s largest retail collector of e-waste, Best Buy has recycled 2.7 billion pounds of electronics and appliances 

Recycling your old electronics is about to become easier than ever. Best Buy is introducing a new nationwide, easy-to-use program that allows you to recycle all your old tech – by mail!

Starting this month, you can order a prepaid Best Buy Technology Recycling Box and ship off your old electronics for recycling.

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28 Mar: ENERGY STAR names Best Buy as Partner of the Year for 10th year in a row

For the 10th consecutive year, Best Buy has been named an ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year for the work we do every day to help our customers save energy. 

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) highlights organizations each year that have made outstanding contributions to protecting the environment through superior energy-efficiency achievements.  

We were awarded ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year for our efforts to protect the environment and help people conserve energy and money. This includes our wide selection of energy-efficient product offerings and becoming a founding member of the Breakthroughs 2030: Retail campaign, a Race to Zero initiative. 

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27 Mar: Best Buy and the circular economy

In a world of finite resources, Best Buy is working on ways to do business where nothing is wasted.  

From investing in renewable energy to reducing waste in our operations and offering products that help our customers live more sustainably, we’re prioritizing the circular economy. It’s a system that promotes using fewer new natural resources, keeping products and materials in use as long as possible and finding alternatives to throwing them away.  

“The shift to a circular economy has challenges, especially because it requires innovation and exploring new ways to create and use products,” said Tim Dunn, Best Buy’s head of environmental sustainability.

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27 Mar: Repair, Reuse and Recycle – How Best Buy keeps products in use longer

As the nation’s largest seller of consumer electronics, we are committed to being there for the entire lifecycle of your technology products — from the time you start shopping at Best Buy until that product is responsibly recycled.  

This is all part of how we support the circular economy, a system in which nothing is wasted. For us that also means keeping products and materials in use as long as possible and finding alternatives to throwing them away. Through programs including Geek Squad repair or our haul-away services, we make it easy to give tech a second life and out of landfills.   


20 Mar: How to recycle (or trade in) your old tech

Best Buy continues to take action to do better for the planet, our employees, customers, and the communities we serve. That’s one of the reasons we make it easy to get rid of your old tech year-round.

Our recycling and trade-in programs help our customers throughout the lifecycle of their products by keeping old tech out of landfills and giving it a second life. This is all part of how we aspire to drive forward the circular economy — a system in which nothing is wasted.

Yardbird blog

16 Mar: Yardbird to nearly double outdoor furniture showrooms this spring

Patio season is right around the corner and premium outdoor furniture brand Yardbird is expanding its showroom footprint by opening 10 new standalone showrooms across the country. Locations welcoming new showrooms include Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Long Island, Milwaukee, San Antonio, San Francisco, Tampa and West Palm Beach.

Yardbird showrooms bring to life the possibilities for outdoor living and entertaining spaces by offering selections of sectional sofas, dining sets, lounge chaises, fire tables, umbrellas, accessories and more. In-house designers can also help customers decide on which furniture options are best.