How do I dispose of a TV in Hamilton?

How do I dispose of a TV in Hamilton?

A Community Recycling Centre is a place where you can drop off things that aren’t picked up at the curb. There is no cost to drop off things that will be recycled but you have to pay to drop off garbage at a CRC.

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.

Can you throw out a TV Ontario?

Recycle Your Electronics is Ontario’s Electronic Equipment program, operated by Ontario Electronic Stewardship. There are hundreds of approved colection sites across Ontario for safe, convienent and free drop off. For drop off locations visit

How do you recycle electronics?

Simply drop off your e-waste at the recycling points to properly recycle your e-waste. Trading or donation of used goods in working condition can be performed at these Collection Centres. Find the E-waste Collection Points near you from the map or the List of E-waste Collection Points.

What should I do to my old TV?

How do you dispose of an old or broken TV?

  1. Donate your TV. There are many local charities that accept televisions that still work.
  2. Take it to a recycling facility. Depending on where you live, they may offer a pick up service.
  3. Return it to the manufacturer.
  4. Sell it.
  5. Give it away for free.

What are the potential dangers of disposing old electronics?

Why can’t I throw electronics in the garbage? E-waste is hazardous material. Over time, electronics can leak toxic elements, like mercury and lead, which can be harmful to the environment and to humans. Donating your electronics for reuse or recycling them at safely managed sites helps control the hazards.

How do I dispose of a fridge in Hamilton?

Are you looking for somewhere to take your old fridge? Appliances and scrap metal are not picked up at the curb with your regular garbage. You can take appliances and other scrap metal to one of the City’s three Community Recycling Centres.

Where can I recycle my old TV Singapore?

Recycling small to medium appliances

  • Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) e-waste management initiative.
  • StarHub.
  • Dell’s Free Consumer Takeback Services.
  • HP Planet Partners Programme.
  • The Canon Recycling Programme.
  • PC Dreams.
  • Virogreen NECDC E-waste Recycling Programme for Non-regulated E-waste.

How does e-waste recycling work in Hamilton?

In the past 15 years, the e-waste recycling programs that have been established in Canada have managed to divert over 955,000 tons of electronics from landfills and back to factories where they can be processed and recovered. The result is a meaningful impact on our environment and community here in Hamilton and beyond.

Is it time to recycle your old computer in Hamilton?

Since the 1980s, Hamilton has maintained its position as the third largest metropolitan area in all of Ontario. Just like other assets, office technology that is no longer in use, like older computers, are more valuable to reuse and recycle sooner rather than later.

Why choose EPRA recycle Hamilton?

EPRA/Recycle My Electronics has set the standard for safe, secure electronics recycling for organizations and individuals in Hamilton for more than a decade by developing custom recycling solutions for organizations and individuals.

How do I dispose of my old TV?

We offer a free TV disposal service. E-waste with Regional Recycling is super easy. Just load it into your car and drop it off at one of our depots. One of our employees can help you take it out of your car. If it plugs in or has a battery we will recycle it.