Old TVs are hard to dispose of and they can't be tossed out with the household trash. So the question remains "What to do with them?" Recycling is an option!
Americans love their televisions and the sales of new units increases every year. However, this also means a large number of old TVs that have to be disposed of every year, as well. While there are still millions of old-style CRT type televisions hanging around, we now have millions of flat screen appliances that must be gotten rid of, too. It also means that buying a large electronic appliance like a computer or a television takes disposal to a new level.
The holidays are a joyous time for most people. In addition to numerous memories, however, they also bring an inordinate amount of excess trash and debris to be disposed of. And, while getting rid of all the paper and packaging can be hard enough, having to get rid of old electronics can be downright troublesome.
Buying new electronic devices and appliances can be exciting and even a lot of fun for most people. However, it also can mean a large amount of debris that now has to be disposed of. The purchase of a large electronic appliance like a computer or a television takes that chore to higher level.
Spring cleaning, DIY projects around the house, home repairs and upgrades - all of these eventually require amount of debris removal. Along with that comes getting rid of old fixtures, furniture and appliances, including your old TV.