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Donate Your CPAP

Recycle Your CPAP Equipment:

Send your contact information and equipment information to REPAP:

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    Brand of Your Equipment

    Model of Your Equipment

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    Approximate Condition of Equipment (Example: Like new, Average, Broken)

     

    If you have a gently used working CPAP or Bi-PAP machine that is less than 7 years old and comes from a pet-free, smoke-free household. REPAP works with clinics and hospitals nationwide who can not afford to purchase this equipment at higher prices.

    REPAP also accepts CPAP supplies as long as the supplies are new in their original, unopened packaging.

    For products weighing less than 15lbs a USPS shipping label will be provided at no cost by REPAP to the email account you provided. They require a current address or P.O. Box number to complete the shippers information field electronically. CPAP Machines and Masks

    There are a few businesses that accept used CPAP machines, then refurbish and recycle them so that they can be used by others. Recycling your old CPAP or BiPAP machine is a practical way to put a functional sleep apnea machine back into circulation.

    While ASA does not accept equipment from others, we can provide some options for those that want to 'be green' and reduce, reuse, and recycle. ASA does not accept donations and any equipment that you send through the form below cannot be used as a tax deduction.

    American Sleep Association is not responsible for any outcome that occurs as a result of any communication or transaction from contacting the above organizations.

    American Sleep Association is not affiliated in any way with any of the organizations listed on this page. ASA does not receive a financial benefit as a result of your communication or transaction with above organizations. CPAP

    Donating Your CPAP

    Another option for donating equipment is to contact the Reggie White Sleep Disorders Research and Education Foundation. They are a 501c3 entity that accepts donated CPAP machines.

    Sell Your CPAP

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    It is legal to buy and sell CPAP masks and supplies without a prescription. Please know that a physician prescription is required in order to obtain a CPAP or BIPAP machine. Know your state and federal laws that might pertain to selling a CPAP in person or over the internet.

    Benefits of Selling Your CPAP

    Obviously, one of the biggest benefits of selling your used CPAP equipment is bringing in some extra cash. Another benefit is providing equipment to sleep apnea patients that do not have insurance and/or do not have financial resources to purchase a new PAP machine.

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    94 comments on “Donate Your CPAP”

    1. I have 2 RemStar A-Flex CPAP machines that are in good condition. What agencies are retrofitting CPAP machines for Covid-19? Is any agency collecting supplies to ship to India or Brazil? Located in New England.

    2. I have 2 RemStar A-Flex CPAP machines that are in good condition. What agencies are retrofitting CPAP machines for Covid-19? Is any agency collecting supplies to ship to India or Brazil?

    3. S9 CPAP is in excellent condition, and has tubing, filters and other supplies (in original wrapping) to go with it. It was used in a pet and smoke-free home. I'm happy to donate or sell.

    4. I have 4 used cpap. I got one every five years and they worked when I put them in storage.Two of them are fairly new 5 to 7 years.
      I have been trying to donate them for a while. They all work

    5. I submitted the online form and have not heard back from you. Can you please advise where to send my CPAP for donation?
      Thanks.

    6. My CPAP machine is about 10 years old. It’s a System One and works great. I got a new machine so I don’t need this anymore. I want to donate it so someone who can’t afford one can use it

    7. My name id John Buscemi Jr. I have 3 bo9xews of never opened CPAP supplies (masks, tubing, and filters). I live in Gaithersburg, Montgomery Village, MD. Do you accept these items and if so how can i get them to you?

    8. My cpap is 10 years old. It is a resperonics. Will you take it? I do have a new water chamber and small nasal pillows.

    9. Want to donate (Free) bipap and travel resumed
      Non smoking 4 years old
      Hubby died 4 years ago. Been meaning to do it but havnt

      1. Sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. I acquired a CPAP machine from my uncle that passed but I need a BiPAP machine for my condition. I'm not sure if I have the funds to have it shipped 2 me. Any idea of the cost chip ship? My doctor will write prescription for me to have it set up. Would be greatly appreciated.

    10. We have lots of masks, nose pillows, and tubing unused and in sealed original packaging. We also have two used CPAP machines which are five years old we might be willing to part with.

    11. I want to donate this C pap machine and un-opened supplies. My husband recently died and I want to go the right thing rather than trashing this machine or taking it to Goodwill. Please get with me ASAP.

    12. This article states, "It is legal to buy and sell CPAP masks and supplies without a prescription."

      Then in the next sentence, it says, "Please know that a physician prescription is required in order to obtain a CPAP or BIPAP machine."

      Which is it?

    13. March 5, 2021

      Do you recycle older (more than 7 years old) c-pap machines? Also it is coming from a smoke-free, pet-free household. Philips brand, and as far as I know, it works.
      And this still applies : "For products weighing less than 15lbs a USPS shipping label will be provided at no cost by REPAP to the email account you provided."?
      thanks.

    14. I have a Fischer/Pykel 604/608 that is close to 20 years old. It works, but issues an Error Code 4 (power supply) when turned off. Turning power off and back on at the power strip resets the machine for the next use. Would you want this machine and pay to have it shipped to you?
      Please do not publish or give out any of my contact information. Thanks.

    15. I have a ResMed Mirage Quattro and ResMed HumidAire 2i. Around 10 years old maybe. My husband used it less than 5 times. Can it be donated or we should we just discard of it?

    16. My husband just passed. I have two cpap machines. One older and hus new one. I want to donate. What us the process?

    17. I have two CPAP machines that are nine years old; slightly used. Are they still good to donate or should I toss them to have recycled/disposed of?

    18. I also have a lot of supplies. Including two battery packs for use when power is out, or when there was not access to electricity. Like camping trips.

    19. I have masks, water reservoirs , heated tubing, filters. And a Res med bipap machine. My insurance has provided me with a new one and I can't just throw this all away. Someone may be able to use. All supplies are in new packaging.

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