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Time for TV recycling? Here we'll run through the steps you may have sewn up, and you'll leap at how easy we make TV recycling!
I seem to discover TVs and electronic waste lying on street sidewalks now more than ever before. Of course, I'm in the business of electronics and TV recycing, so I notice these things keenly.
Since the new HD TVs popped on the scene a few years ago, several of my acquaintances hastily ran out to buy one or two. And in their haste, they didn't quite know what to do with the old big box TVs that once consumed many square feat of their living rooms.
My friend Jason in particular, was very anxious and quite legitimately in need of an upgrade. Watching Laker games at his place was quite challenging when I couldn't tell if it was a foul or not, because of the blur on the screen.
He called me up after having his new Samsung LCD hung on his wall and all connected. The clarity was dramatically better, and I was thrilled for him.
Leave your TV on the sidewalk. NO.
After a couple weeks of my racing over to watch the games in such lucid clarity, I noticed his old TV out in front of his house. It was awaiting a pick-up from a late night scrap collector, I suppose. You know what I'm talking about don't you? You've seen them driving around in those old trucks with the makeshift wood frame around the truck bed.
I don't quite remember how long it sat there before it had finally disappeared. Let's look at the other ways to dispose of your old TV, rather than leave it out in front of your house for an unknown fate!
Throwing away your old TV in the garbage. NO.
You might want to throw away a TV with your trash, but that's just bad for the environment as the video below explains. It's not the route I suggest you go, and I know you agree, that's why you're here. But you've seen that as well, haven't you?
Put your TV in the garage to deal with later. NO.
Well, I suppose you could lob your old TV in the garage and use it as a shelf. This I've seen numerous times, and I bet you've seen it once or twice as well. It's just a waste of space, and once you wriggle it out there, you're likely to think it's been dealt with... now on to running out for groceries.
You'll definitely miss the giant ground space it takes up there when you bring home all the grass seeds and fertilizer for your new yard. I'd suggest setting it someplace easily accessible for one of our drivers to pick-up and dispose of for you.
Schedule your TV recycling pick-up today. Yes!
All Electronics Recycling is currently picking up most everything with an electric cord in your neighborhood (commercial or residential) for reuse or recycling. So, if you really want
P.S. Also, please ask your friends, family, and colleagues to leave you their 'e waste' so we may pick it all up on the same trip as well. We can always come back next month, although that may increase our carbon footprint, so please act now.
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