Through the program, Dell offers free recycling for any computers dropped off at participating Goodwill locations. The Hawaiian expansion includes seven Goodwill locations in Hawaii, the first time the program has been launched outside the 48-state mainland and Canada.
Officials said they expect the new locations to collect 500,000 pounds of electronics annually for recycling. The program has recycled more than 253 million pounds of computer equipment since 2004.
Dell donates proceeds from the resale value of the equipment to Goodwill Industries.
"We're thrilled to work with Goodwill Industries of Hawaii to expand the Dell Reconnect program and provide more options for people to recycle their computers responsibly, while also supporting Goodwill's important mission," said Mike Watson, Dell's director of compliance and takeback, in a statement.