How can Kent County Department of Public Works help?
Explore the waste stream options below for how you can reuse, recycle, compost, or dispose of the item you are trying to get rid of through a KCDPW facility or service.
If your TV or computer monitor is still in great shape and you just don’t have a use for it anymore, consider donating or reusing it! Facebook Marketplace, Freecycle, Craigslist, or your local BuyNothing Project group are all great places to give away items. Check out some of the Community Disposal Outlets below for any places that accept donations.
TVs and computer monitors are not made out of compostable materials.
TVs, computer monitors, and other electronics should never go in your curbside single-stream recycling cart as it puts the Recycling Center at increased risk for fire. Additionally, cords from these devices can also wrap around and clog sorting equipment or tangle up other recyclables, preventing them from getting recycled.
Flat screen TVs and Computer Monitors can be recycled through Kent County Department of Public Work’s three residential electronics recycling drop-offs for FREE:
The links above can provide the location address and hours of service. No commercial electronics from businesses, schools, non-profits, etc. (only residential). Please see Community Outlets below for commercial electronics recyclers.
Below you will find businesses and community outlets that may accept this item/material.