The first option is to donate or sell your TV. You must first inspect your TV for signs of damage. If the screen is not broken, all the cords and remotes appear to be in order and the picture looks fine, you may consider this option.
You can donate the item to a friend, relative or even to local charities. Less-fortunate individuals would greatly appreciate a decent functioning TV, even if it is an older model.
Selling your TV on auction sites is another great option. You can advertise it through newspapers or another print publication.
Another way to dispose of your TV responsibly is by recycling it. You may take it to the next Currys PC World or recycling centre. If you have trouble locating the nearest places to recycle your electrical item, Recycle Now’s Recycling Locator tool can help you find one quickly.
But if you want the fastest and most convenient solution while maintaining your commitment to high environmental standards, perhaps the smartest way to dispose of your TV is by booking Skip It’s Wait & Load, Household Clearance or Skip Hire services. Whether it is domestic or commercial waste, we provide a variety of collection services.
We are strongly committed to recycling and disposing of items responsibly in order to protect the environment. In fact, 95 per cent of all the waste we collect is recycled.
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