With Earth Day coming up in April, Patch has put together a series of resources to make recycling easier for you and your neighborsnat.
For those looking to safely get rid of an old television in Greater Philly, there are a number of recycling options.
Bring It In
The following stores offer varying programs and offers to television owners looking to recycle:
- Best Buy: Area Best Buys will accept two electronic items per day, including TVs under 32 inches.
Check the Manufacturer
Some manufacturers offer take-back and recycling programs to allow consumers to return their products safely.
LG, Goldstar and Zenith all offer recycling programs for their televisions. Find out more about the program and how to recycle a TV here.
Sony not only takes back old televisions but may offer a gift card in return, if the item in question has value. Click here to find the nearest Sony takeback store and how to take advantage of their free mailback program.
Let the County Handle It
- Bucks County holds a number of recycling events including one in September that is electronics only. Click here to details and the list of events.
- Montgomery County operates a number of recycling centers that take televisions, including locations in Lower Merion, Plymouth, Whitemarsh and Norristown. Click here for a complete list.