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Texas Recycles TVs Program

For TV recycling opportunities, find the brand of your TV or see the information below.

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Texas Recycles TVs Program

New program rules are available at Title 30 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 328, Subchapter JExit the TCEQ . Under the new program, retailers, manufacturers, and recyclers must follow specific requirements to comply with the law.

Each manufacturer on the TCEQ list has, according to state lawExit the TCEQ notified the TCEQ that it offers a recycling program—free of charge at the time of recycling—to collect and recycle consumers' used television equipment.

Find the Results for Manufactures’ Annual Reporting program information, including the 2019 Legislative Report.

How to Recycle Your TV

Please note that the TCEQ does not provide recycling services. Our program only assists with locating local recycling options.

Choosing to recycle used electronics over landfill disposal reduces the need to process raw materials for new products and helps to minimize excessive waste. Below are several tips on how to locate an electronics recycling facility.

  • Use the “Find a TV Recycler” below to verify if the brand of your television is listed. Each link will take you directly to the manufacturer’s recycling web page, which contains instructions for recycling your device. Contact the manufacturer directly if an option is not listed. Please note that the manufacturer programs are based on the collection of market share. As such, other manufacturer programs may be able to accept your television.
  • Conduct an online search for “Electronic Recyclers Near Me”.
  • Certain household hazardous waste (HHW) programs may accept televisions. To search for HHW collection events near you, please visit http://www.tceq.texas.gov/assets/public/assistance/hhw/hhw_contacts.pdf

Find a TV Recycler

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Brands Manufacturer
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C
Craig Craig ElectronicsExit the TCEQ
Curtis Curtis International LtdExit the TCEQ
D
E
Element Element TV CompanyExit the TCEQ
F
Funai FunaiExit the TCEQ
G
GoldStar LG Electronics USA, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
GPX DPI, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
H
Hisense Hisense USAExit the TCEQ
Hitachi Hitachi America, Ltd.Exit the TCEQ
I
iLive DPI, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
Insignia Best BuyExit the TCEQ
J
JVC JVCExit the TCEQ
K
Komodo SceptreExit the TCEQ
L
LG LG Electronics USA, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
LG Signature LG Electronics USA, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
M
Magnavox FunaiExit the TCEQ
Memorex DPI, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
N
NEC, NEC AccuSync, NEC MultiSync NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
O
oCosmo SceptreExit the TCEQ
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Peerless-AV Peerless-AVExit the TCEQ
Phillips FunaiExit the TCEQ
Polaroid PLR IP Holdings, LLCExit the TCEQ
Proscan Curtis International LtdExit the TCEQ
Q
R
RCA Curtis International LtdExit the TCEQ
S
Samsung Samsung Electronics America, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
Sansui EliteLux Technologies, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
Sanyo FunaiExit the TCEQ
Sceptre SceptreExit the TCEQ
Seura Seura, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
Sharp Hisense USAExit the TCEQ
Sharp Best BuyExit the TCEQ
Sony Sony Electronics, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
Sunbrite TV Sunbrite TV, LLCExit the TCEQ
Sylvania Curtis International Ltd.Exit the TCEQ
T
TCL TTE Technology, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
Toshiba Best BuyExit the TCEQ
U
V
ViewSonic Viewsonic CorporationExit the TCEQ
VIZIO VIZIO, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
W
WeatherX DPI, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
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Y
Z
Zenith LG Electronics USA, Inc.Exit the TCEQ
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Can't find your brand on the list? Link not working?

Call toll free 1-855-TV-Recycle (1-855-887-3292), or e-mail us.

Important information Manufacturers that have reported collecting their full market share allocation for the year have fulfilled their obligations under the program. Under the rules, these manufacturers are not required to offer additional collection opportunities, so their TV recycling link has been removed and denoted with a Question mark icon symbol.