Flat Screen TV Recycling

Flat screen TV's and Monitors contain particularly nasty materials, the worst of which is mercury. A typical 40" television contains around 60 feet of thin bulbs containing mercury which is horrendously toxic.

We remove the bulbs and they are sent to a registered mercury processor. Our partner in this is Lighting Resources, LLC, the largest processor of spent lighting in the USA.

Please call for information about pricing. Due to the high mercury content, we do have to charge to recycle flat screen TVs, and these charges are based on the size and the weight of your particular TV. 

We regularly use GEI (Gill Environmental, LLC) to check mercury levels in our warehouse. They can be reached through their website www.gillenvironmental.com