What to do with it when you're done with it
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Recycle your Audiovisual Stuff

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Audiovisual Stuff


Audiovisual Stuff


Many locations will either buy, sell on consignment, repair, and/or accept donations of used televisions, VCRs, stereos, cable converters, remote controls and satellite dishes Check the Yellow Pages under Televisions and Video Equipment. Dell and Hewlett-Packard Computers accept used computers for reuse or recycling. Please contact www.dell.com or www.hp.com for more information. RECYCLE LIVINGSTON accepts electronics, including computers, tvs, cell phones, etc. for safe and responsible recycling of components. Do you know of others in your community who accept used computers for reuse or recycling? If you do, let us know and we ll list them here. Otherwise, you may wish to check with your municipality to see where and under which circumstances they accept e-waste. OTHER OPTIONS: Earth 911 htttp://www.earth911.org Working to empower the general public with community-specific resources to improve their quality of life. GreenDisk http://www.greendisk.com/ Help save the planet and recycle your electronic waste. The Wireless Foundation Call To Protect campaign 2555 Bishop Circle West Dexter, MI 48130 888-901-7233 http://www.wirelessfoundation.org/ The Wireless's Call to Protect Campaign collects wireless phones to benefit victims of domestic violence. American Cellular Donation Organization 2113 East Nine Mile Road Warren, MI 48091 1-888-863-2355 http://www.cellulardonation.org/ A.C.D.O. converts working cell phones into charitable cash and recycles non-working phones.

Disposal Options

Links for Livingston County Waste Reduction and HHW
County Links to Three R's sources



Recycle Livingston
A Non-Profit Recycling Organization Serving Livingston County Since 1989

Phone: (517) 548-4439