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TV Removal

People often ask us where to recycle old TVs. After all, it’s fun to get the a new television for your home or office. Who doesn’t love watching movies, TV shows, sports and news on the big screen? In the age of digital, folks often opt to upgrade to LED TVs because they use less energy, are easy to move, and offer crisper, clearer, brighter pictures. But, what to do with your older television? Don’t worry. Call EcoHaul! As the Bay Area’s #1 green hauler, EcoHaul solves your TV removal needs. We work with recyclers and reuse centers to ensure TVs stay out of the landfill.

From LCD to LED, plasma to rear projection, CRT to HD, and beyond, old TVs oftentimes operate even when their owner has turned them off for good. EcoHaul works with a range of reuse centers located throughout the Bay Area. Through our collaborative partnerships, we ensure your TV goes to a good home, office or art space.

Thanks to modern technology, non-functioning televisions can be recycled. EcoHaul works with certified recycling centers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. With 1-800-ECOHAUL, you can be sure your old TVs are dismantled and responsibly recycled. That way, material components like plastic, steel, aluminum, copper, gold and silver can be turned into new products.

Get Started On Your TV Removal Today

Call 1-800-ECOHAUL. Our friendly customer service agents work with you to assess the scope of your project, provide an initial estimate by phone, and get you on the schedule. We may even be able to do your pick up that day.

After our courteous truck team arrives and provides you with a final estimate, they get to work efficiently removing the materials from your property. Whenever possible, items are disposed of the eco-friendly way, either through recycling, donation, or composting. Make the environmentally-conscious choice. Get started. Call 1-800-ECOHAUL today.