What We Do:

RecycleUSB.com is a non-profit website dedicated on turning used and donated flash drives into portable learning devices for children, schools and
educational institutions.

Donate Vs. Recycle

Not much value in the components of a Flash Drive.

It's better to donate it, than trash it.        Here's why...

What Is Sugar?

A computer environment which runs from a USB stick.

A standalone solution customized for youngesters to learn inertactively.  Sugar Labs Strawberry release

Learn More...

The New Way To Recycle

arrowDonate your unwanted USB flash drive
to Sugar Labs...
There are plenty of good reasons.

Start Recycling Today!      Learn more...

Download Some Sugar

Sugar LabsSugar on a Stick is a
Portable Learning Platform
which runs off a USB stick.

Try it now - Click to download.

Welcome To Recycle USB

Join the masses who are looking to do something productive with their old and unwanted USB flash drives...

recycle USB drives
Donate your USB flash drive and turn it into a Portable Learning center for youngsters between 5-12 years of age.


RecycleUSB has teamed with Sugar Labs, an award winning learning platform, to recycle USB drives into a standalone computer system which can run from any computer.

Don't throw away those flash drives - donate them!  Take a minute to explore this site and you'll quickly realize there is a new way to Recycle USB drives.



Tuesday, 8 December 2009 18:50

Sugar Labs Nonprofit Announces v2 of Sugar on a Stick with Improved E-Book Readers, Recycles Any USB Stick Into Learning Environment for Children; Partners with Nexcopy, Inc.

PARIS, December 8, 2009 — Netbook World Summit — Sugar Labs(R), volunteer-driven nonprofit provider of the Sugar Learning Platform for over one-million children around the world, announces the release of Sugar on a Stick v2 Blueberry.

Pilot Sugar projects are underway in American and European schools. School administrators wishing to deploy Sugar will be interested in OLPC's recently updated XS school server software, which provides “safety net” and connectivity services at the school level: backup, content distribution, filtered access to the Internet, and Moodle integration. To assist schools interested in testing this technology, Sugar Labs has partnered with Nexcopy, Inc. of Rancho Santa Margarita, California, an industry leader in USB duplicator solutions, to open http://recycleusb.com. Nexcopy will collect used USB sticks, reload them with Sugar on a Stick, and forward them to Sugar Labs for distribution to schools. Nexcopy has also donated a 20-stick USB duplication unit to Sugar Labs.. Read More...

RecycleUSB.com uses only Nexcopy Inc. USB Duplicator equipment for data loading of Sugar on a Stick.Nexcopy mark