Alternative ways to recycle
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On-Call/Bulky Item Collection Recycle with E-Waste

TVs can contain hazard materials, such as lead and cadmium, that could leach into the environment. Please dispose of TVs responsibly. They can be safely collected via the Bulky Item Collection Program or can be taken to an e-waste drop-off facility. Fees may apply. 

⚠ PLEASE NOTE: Physically broken e-waste items (with broken physical parts / screens) should be treated and disposed as hazardous waste, as these items may contain dangerous substances such as mercury. SSF Scavenger does not accept mixed/broken e-waste as part of their e-waste collection / recycling program.

Alternative Ways to Recycle


Best Buy's Electronics and Appliances Recycling Program

Best Buy will take back CRV TVs for a $25 fee; up to two TVs are accepted from each household per day. If your CRT TV is larger than 32 inches, you cannot drop it off, but they will pick it up free of charge if you have a new product delivered. Find a location here.


Apple Store Gift Card

Apple runs a reuse and recycling program for unwanted iPhones, iPads, Mac or PC computers and displays. Depending on the condition of your electronics, Apple can give you credit if they have monetary value. Find out more.