A study from UCLA has linked Teflon cookware, more specifically the perfluorochemicals in Teflon, to female infertility. Additionally, when Teflon is heated, it will release a gas that kills birds and causes flu-like symptoms in humans. Scratched nonstick pans are also considered a health hazard.
This has lead to swarms of people looking for ways to responsibly rid themselves of their non-stick, Teflon cookware. There are quite a few cities and counties that will not recycle non-stick cookware. However, you can recycle Teflon in Ann Arbor. It is highly probable that other cities will allow you to recycle Teflon pans alongside normal pans. Check with your local recycling program before mailing your Teflon to Ann Arbor.
There does not seem to be a great, nation-wide non-stick pan recycling program. Finding any information on the subject of recycling Teflon cookware has been trying. The only things harder to recycle than Teflon are dentures.