Recycle an old device, get a free slice!

Each April to mark Earth Month, Pizza Pizza holds its Slices for Devices campaign at traditional locations across Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia. Now in its 13th year, the Pizza Pizza team has helped divert over 17,000 electronic devices from landfills to-date.

Pizza Pizza has partnered with Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) and Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) to help customers who may be looking to get a head start on their spring cleaning by clearing out their old electronic devices.

All devices collected will be safely recycled by EPRA. Proceeds from the recycling will be donated to Children’s Miracle Network through Pizza Pizza’s Slices for Smiles Foundation.

How can you participate?

Small device e-waste drop off in-store
Customers are invited to visit their local Pizza Pizza restaurant location from April 1 – 30 to trade in end of life electronic devices in exchange for a free slice of pepperoni or cheese pizza.

Please note: Pizza Pizza express locations such as gas stations, schools, arenas and theatres are not participating in this program. Find a traditional store near you here.

The following small electronic devices will be accepted at Pizza Pizza stores:

• Mobile and smart phones

• Digital cameras

• iPods and MP3 players

• Handheld gaming consoles (ie. Nintendo 2DS/ 3DS, Sony PlayStation Vita)

Limit 4 devices per customer.

School and business collection program
Businesses and schools in Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia wishing to participate in the Slices for Devices program are invited to participate by completing the registration form at this link.

Pizza Pizza will reward companies and schools with a $25 Pizza Pizza gift card for each filled collection bin, which can be used towards a pizza lunch or pizza party.

Deadline to register: April 21, 2017

The following items will be accepted through the corporate and school program:

• Any large electronic device with cord attached

• Monitors, CPU systems, keyboards

• Projectors, VHS, Video cameras

• All small electronic devices (mobile and smart phones, digital cameras, iPods/Mp3 Players, handheld gaming consoles)



  • Out of use electronics are composed of reusable materials like plastics, copper and precious metals that can be recycled into materials and put back into manufacturing. 

  • Your smart phone is filled with precious metals. In fact, one tonne of recycled phones yields 324 times more gold than the same weight in ore from a traditional mine.

  • Last year, Pizza Pizza diverted 6,447 lbs of unwanted electronics from landfills.


As a recognized industry-led not-for-profit organization, EPRA and OES provides an approved environmental compliance program for manufacturers, distributors and retailers of electronics. It is responsible for implementing and operating, on behalf of its stewards, a responsible program for the recovery and reclamation of electronic products in accordance with standards established by EPRA.

EPRA and OES accepts and recycles a range of regulated electronic products.  For information on what products are accepted and to find a drop-off location near you, visit


For more information or to contact us:

Kathleen Stelmach
Torchia Communications
416.341.9929 Ext. 227