Do not put televisions and other electronics in your curbside recycling. Consider a special drop off recycling program or place in the trash.
Do not put televisions and other electronics in your curbside recycling.
In Ohio, there is no ban on placing televisions and electronics in the regular trash but recycling options do exist. Best Buy stores will recycle tube TVs (up to 28”), flat panel TVs (LCD, plasma, LED, smaller than 50") and portable TVs for a $25 fee per item. Many other types of electronics equipment are free. There is a limit of three TVs per household per day. Visit www.bestbuy.com/recycling.
Special Collection Events
The Solid Waste District holds seasonal special collection events for televisions. There may be a fee for this service. In 2023, TV collection events will be held March 11 and October 14. Details and registration are posted one month prior to a scheduled event. Register for the October 14 collection.
If you choose not to recycle your television, it can be placed in the regular trash for disposal. Check with your city service department or waste hauler for details about bulk waste collection. Depending on the size of the item, you may be required to take your television to a waste transfer station for disposal.
Learn more about recycling computers, mobile devices and other electronics.
Businesses with TVs or other electronics can recycle the items through local specialized companies. For business locations, see the list of options below.
Looking to recycle, donate or dispose of other items? Use the dark blue 'What Do I Do With?' search bar at the top of every page of this website. Allow location services or use the city drop-down to find opportunities in your local area.