TV (Televisions)

Unless your local government sponsors an electronics recycling program, or the company that sells you a new television will take your old one for free, expect to pay a fee to get rid of it.

Options to consider: 

  • Donate your TV - Local charities may accept televisions that still work.
  • Return it to the manufacturer. 
  • Ask the business that you are purchasing your new one from.
  • Sell it.
  • Give it away for free.

Contact Suggestions for recycling/disposal:

  • Contact your service provider
  • Best Buy
  • Jefferson Township Transfer Station 517-523-3019
  • Modern Waste 517-536-7900
  • Recycle Ann Arbor 734-971-7400
  • Stevens Disposal & Recycling 734-854-7695

Lenawee County has sponsored collection events in the past (typically in the spring & fall) please watch the website for future events. 

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1. What do I do with old. . . . .
2. DOS Plastics - What should I KNOW before recycling plastics at the County DOS?
3. DOS Glass - What should I KNOW before recycling glass at the DOS?
4. DOS Fibrous - What should I KNOW before recycling cardboard / paper / fibrous materials at the DOS?
5. DOS Bags - Can I leave my recyclables in a grocery bag when I recycle them at the DOS?
6. DOS Clean - Do my recyclables NEED to be clean?
7. DOS Metals - What should I KNOW before recycling metals at the County DOS?
8. AEROSOL CANS
9. BATTERIES
10. BULK ITEMS - Like worn out mattress, sofa, chair, lawn furniture?
11. BOOKS
12. COLLECTION DAY - When is the next county-wide collection event?
13. COMPUTERS, MONITORS, ETC.
14. CONCRETE, ASPHALT, BRICK
15. CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS - REMODELING
16. FLORESCENT LIGHTS
17. FREON
18. FROZEN FOOD BOXES / PIZZA BOXES
19. PAINT
20. PESTICIDES
21. PLASTIC BAGS
22. PROPANE / GAS TANKS
23. SCRAP METALS
24. STYROFOAM / PACKING MATERIALS
25. TIRES
26. TRASH
27. TV (Televisions)
28. PLASTIC BAGS