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Who picks up old TVs in my area?

Who picks up old TVs in my area?

If you want to handle your old TV removal responsibly but just don’t have the time to handle it on your own, give 1-800-GOT-JUNK? a call. We’ll come to your home, haul out your old TV, and ensure that it is properly disposed of or recycled whenever possible.

How do I dispose of an old TV in Ontario?

The City of Toronto collects unwanted electronics for free to ensure they are disposed of safely, recycled and kept out of landfill. Electronic items can be put out on garbage day for pickup, brought to a Drop-Off Depot or Community Environment Day or donated for reuse.

How do I dispose of electronics in Oakville?

There are five municipal collection sites located at:

  1. Glen Abbey Community Centre at 1415 Third Line.
  2. Halton Regional Centre at 1151 Bronte Road.
  3. Iroquois Ridge Community Centre at 1015 Glenashton Drive.
  4. Oakville Public Library Central Branch at 120 Navy Street.
  5. Oakville Town Hall at 1225 Trafalgar Road.

Where can I donate a TV in Toronto?

TVs, computers, and other electronics Furniture Bank accepts flat screens and tube style TVs, DVD and VCR players, and electric fans and space heaters. Habitat for Humanity will pick up your electronic waste, printers, VCRs, cord phones, and intact TVs up to 29-inches for free. Oasis Clothing Bank accepts electronics.

What do you do with old TVs that don’t work?

Old television sets can be recycled at your local Household Recycling Centre or through borough council bulky waste collection services – but often the best way to recycle an old set is to reuse it.

What size TV does best buy recycle?

Tube TVs smaller than 32 inches, flat-panel TVs smaller than 50 inches, and portable TVs, however, generally have a TV recycle fee of $25.

What can I do with my old TV in Canada?

Here are some ways to get rid of your old TV:

  1. Ask your trash collection service about electronics pick up.
  2. Take your old TV to a recycling facility.
  3. Trade your television in at an electronics retailers.
  4. Return your television to the manufacturer.
  5. Donate your working televisions to a local charity or second hand store.

How do I dispose of a TV in Mississauga?

Drop-off Points for Used Electronics in Mississauga

  1. Quantum: 700 Ormont Drive.
  2. Battleford Community Recycling Centres: 2255 Battleford Road and 395 Chrysler Drive.
  3. Regional Municipality of Peel: 1126 Fewster Drive.
  4. Salvation Army – Mississauga Thrift Stores: 1458 Dundas Street and 261 Queen Street.

Can I donate a TV to charity?

Donating your device Anything with a plug can be donated to the British Heart Foundation, which accepts functioning electricals.

What does a scrap man take?

The best metals to consider recycling are brass, copper and aluminium, although a scrap yard will recycle any metal in the correct way, saving you time and being economically friendlier. Many people are unaware that many metals have some value and can earn you some return.

How do I dispose of a broken TV?

Unfortunately, TVs are considered hazardous and cannot be disposed of at a landfill or via a skip. This means they normally need to be given away or taken to a specialist waste center.

Where can I recycle old laptops in Mississauga?

To learn more about computer recycling Mississauga or Canada-wide e-waste recycling, give us a call today at (416) 629-5667.