How To Recycle Analog Televisions
Want to know how to recycle analog televisions? Now that HDTVs are the standard television, Analog televisions are the thing of the past. If you have one or two television sets collecting dust in a room or stored somewhere in the basement or attic, one of the options may be to throw it away. Think first before sending it to the trash can and send it elsewhere so your old television can be reused. Read on to find out how to recycle analog televisions using the following steps.
- Earth 911 Check out Earth 911 to find out how to recycle analog televisions, whether it is own TV or someone else's. This recycling company accepts everything reusable, analog televisions included. Instead of contacting an organization that recycles, Earth 911 brings the services to you. All you need to do is type in "Television," your zip code, city or state you are living in and you will see listings of places that recycle analog televisions in your area.
- Salvation Army The thrift shop is a place where you can find plenty of merchandise where you can recycle your old analog television free. Just stop at your nearest Salvation Army store and drop off the television.
- E-Cycling Center Similar to Earth 911, E-Cycling Center (ECC) matches you with recycling facilities according to the state you live in. To save yourself time, check with the recycling programs on the list to be sure they accept analog televisions.
- Sony e-Cycling Program Sony is one of the few corporations participating in recycling old items. Founded in 2000, Sony's recycling program has now expanded into all 50 states. To recycle an analog TV, click on "E-Cycling Drop off Centers" and type in the city and state to search for drop off locations. The program only accepts Sony TVs and there is no fee for donating the analog television set.