How to Recycle Your Old CRT Monitor for Free

Were you able to catch that great black Friday deal for a brand new 50” Samsung LED, flat screen television for only $ 87.99? Or a brand new Sony BRAVIA KDL-40EX700 40″ LED-Edgelit LCD HDTV for only $729.99, $ 620.00  for a 50″ Sharp plasma panel – 720p, $ 558.99.

It’s that time of year again where everyone is buying new televisions and electronics. What to do with that your old television? Throughout the United States there are many responsible electronic recycling centers that have free television recycling. GreenCitizen has free Television recycling for any size or model of television you can find. Not in the bay area check out his think to find a responsible electronic waste recycler  http://e-stewards.org/find-a-recycler/ .

There are many electronic recyclers that will recycle your televisions for free but not all of them are doing it responsibly. The e-steward certification currently is the best authority in the United States ensuring electronic waste is recycled responsibly within the United States and not shipped overseas.

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5 Responses to How to Recycle Your Old CRT Monitor for Free

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  4. DougRH says:

    Greetings to one and all,
    I’m a ‘shut in’ on permanent disability in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada living way below the poverty line.
    After recently resurrecting my old computer, my 25 year old (CRT) monitor is now packing it in )< 8)
    As I can't afford a new one by a long stretch, I'm wondering about putting on old one (in Edmonton) to good use?
    Please let me know if you are able to assist me with this or now of others that can (< 8)

    Regards,
    DougRH@Live.CA

  5. will3032840 says:

    can find monitors* sorry about previous post, Had a little mistake there.

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