Does Best Buy recycle TVs for free?

Looking to recycle your old TV? Best Buy might be a good place to start. According to their website, they accept TVs for recycling at all of their retail locations. However, there are a few things you should know before you go. In this blog post, we will discuss the details of Best Buy’s TV recycling program and answer some common questions about it.

Yes, Best Buy will recycle your TV for free. You can recycle up to three items per household per day (see categories below for state-specific info, and different limitations on TVs, computer monitors and laptops). 

Products Best Buy will recycle

  • TV and video
  • Computers and tablets
  • Cell phones and radios
  • Appliances
  • Ink and toner
  • Audio
  • Home
  • Music and movies
  • Video games and gadgets
  • Cameras and camcorders
  • Car audio, video and GPS

Best Buy has recycled over a million tons!

Best Buy has collected over 2 billion pounds of e-waste and appliances, making them the nation’s largest retail collector of e-waste.

Buying a large product? Best Buy can haul away and recycle your old one.

If you’re ordering a new TV, major appliance or piece of fitness equipment, Best Buy can haul away your old product for a small charge. If you’re not purchasing a product, you can order our Standalone Haul-Away service

Is there a fee for the standalone haul away service?

Yes, there is a small fee for the standalone haul away service.

What are the requirements for recycling at Best Buy?

The requirements for recycling at Best Buy vary depending on the state you live in. However, most states require that you recycle computers and tablets, cell phones and radios, appliances, ink and toner, audio equipment, and home entertainment products. For more information, visit Best Buy’s website or call customer service.

What happens to the recycled TVs?

The recycled TVs are sent to a certified recycling facility where they are dismantled and the materials are separated for recycling. The plastics, metals, and glass are then cleaned and melted down to be used in new products.

Can I recycle my TV at Best Buy if it’s broken?

Yes, you can recycle your TV at Best Buy even if it’s broken. However, there is a limit of two per household per day.

Why it’s important to recycle electronics

Electronics recycling is important because it helps keep harmful toxins and materials out of landfills. When electronics are thrown away, they often end up in landfills where the toxic materials they contain can leak into the soil and water. This can contaminate our environment and pose a danger to both people and animals. Recycling electronics helps to prevent this pollution and protects our environment.

The benefits of Best Buy’s recycling program

Standard benefits:

  • Help protect the environment by recycling your old electronics.
  • Get rid of your old electronics safely and responsibly.
  • Recycle up to three items per household per day.

Emotional benefits:

  • Feel good about helping the environment.
  • Know that your old electronics are being recycled safely and responsibly.

Best Buy Recycling Partners

E-waste Recycling Partners

Electronic Recyclers International (ERI) www.electronicrecyclers.comOpens in a new tab.

Regency Technologies www.regencytechnologies.comOpens in a new tab.

Universal Recycling Technologies, LLC (URT) www.urtsolutions.comOpens in a new tab.

Appliance Recycling Partners

Regency Technologies www.regencytechnologies.comOpens in a new tab.

Appliance Warehouse www.appliancewarehouse.comOpens in a new tab.

Republic Services www.republicservices.comOpens in a new tab.

Rechargeable Battery Recycling Partner

Call2Recycle www.call2recycle.orgOpens in a new tab.

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