Microsoft Ocean Plastic Mouse rendering

The Microsoft Ocean Plastic Mouse shell is made with 20% recycled ocean plastic, a breakthrough in materials technology and a small step forward in Microsoft’s sustainability journey. 

Sustainable material innovation

Recycled ocean plastic is made from plastic waste that is recovered from oceans and waterways, cleaned, and processed into recyclable plastic resin pellets. These recycled pellets are blended in during the materials development process that makes the shell of the mouse.  

Microsoft Ocean Plastic Mouse recycling

100% recyclable packaging

We started with a vision of a highly sustainable package design we can learn from. The small box is plastic free and made from recyclable wood and sugarcane natural fibers.

How to recycle your old Microsoft mouse 

As part of our commitment to sustainability, Microsoft offers a voluntary recycling program for any individual who wants to recycle a Microsoft-branded consumer product and/or its packaging.

Select your country or region from the list. You’ll be taken to a Microsoft partner website to begin the process.  

If your country or region isn’t listed, check our End-of-life and recycling website, contact your local city or municipality office, your household waste disposal service, or the shop where you purchased your product. Contact AskECT@microsoft.com for additional questions. 

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