TV’s usually contain hazardous materials that means recycling should only be done by a licensed company who can safely collect and re-purpose the hazardous and non-hazardous waste contained inside this type of domestic appliance.

Televisions need to be recycled under the WEE directive for electrical appliances which state no recyclable hazardous waste should go to landfill sites and must be stripped and reused and disposed to help preserve the environment.

You can contact a company that is licensed to collect and dispose of old televisions but this is a chargeable service.

Almost all household waste recycling centres near you will accept old TV’s for licensed recycling. Your local tip will have a skip or container to store old TV’s and old monitors until they are transported to the licensed recycling plant.

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