Helping the environment is easier than you think.
TCL strives to provide a high level of service to our customers and the communities we serve. We have funded the recycling of over 6 million pounds of electronics in 2017, and recommend consumers always look for a recycling or reuse alternative for electronics. Our ongoing support of the collection and recycling of electronics across the country helps improve communities and neighborhoods by keeping equipment out of landfills.
Many states prohibit electronic devices from being thrown away in the trash, and some have taken proactive steps to protect their environment by encouraging the reuse and donation of used electronics devices.
TCL's Green Initiatives Fund Recycling Across America
At TCL, we create innovative televisions with easy-to-use features but we’re equally proud to focus on environmental sustainability, and that’s made us a lot more than America’s fastest growing TV brand. TCL is also America’s fastest growing recycler of electronics.
SMM Electronics Challenge
The SMM Electronics Challenge, sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, is a program recognizing electronics manufacturers and other organizations for their significant contributions to electronics recycling. Companies recognized in this program use their best efforts to send end-of-life electronics they collect from customers, retailers, and the general public to certified third-party electronics collectors and recyclers. These certifications, including R2 & e-Stewards®, are only awarded to organizations that meet the highest of industry standards.
How to Get Recycling
In several states, consumers can drop-off their televisions at specified locations for recycling free-of-charge. This information should assist you in learning how to recycle your electronic equipment in all 50 states.
Click on the information below to find out if free recycling is offered in your area. You can also search by state and learn how you can safely and conveniently recycle or reuse your electronics.
ALASKA: For more information about recycling, please visit the Alaska Division of Environmental Health Solid Waste Program.
CALIFORNIA: For more information on how to recycle your electronics, please visit California’s CalRecycle website, providing consumers with recycling information for a variety of recyclable material. You will be able to enter the county you live in and review a list of organizations and facilities that are authorized to recycle electronics in California.
COLORADO: To learn more about recycling electronics, please visit the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division.
CONNECTICUT: For information about Connecticut’s electronic waste recycling, including a list of drop-off locations and how to recycle your electronics, please visit the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: For information about how to recycle your electronics in the District of Columbia, including drop-off locations and disposal instructions, please visit the District of Columbia's Department of Energy & Environment.
MASSACHUSETTS: Details about electronics recycling is located at the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.
MISSOURI: For more information about recycling requirements and how to recycle your equipment, please visit the Missouri Department of Natural Resources e-cycle Missouri.
NEW HAMPSHIRE: Details about electronic waste can be found at the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services.
NEW JERSEY: To learn more about electronics recycling, visit the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s E-Cycle New Jersey.
NEW MEXICO: For guidance on how to recycle electronics, please visit the New Mexico Environment Department Solid Waste Bureau.
NORTH CAROLINA: For consumer information about television recycling in counties across the state, please visit the North Carolina Division of Waste Management’s Electronics Management Program.
NORTH DAKOTA: Additional information about electronic recycling activities is located at the North Dakota Department of Health Waste Management.
OREGON: Additional information about Oregon’s recycling opportunities is located at the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality’s Oregon E-Cycles website.
PENNSYLVANIA: Specific manufacturer- and retailer-sponsored locations for electronics drop offs and other collection programs can be viewed at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
RHODE ISLAND: For more about recycling electronic waste, please visit the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management.
SOUTH CAROLINA: Additional information for the state’s recycling activities is located at the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
SOUTH DAKOTA: For a list of recyclers, please visit the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
TENNESSEE: Learn more about electronics recycling at the Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation website.
WYOMING: To learn more about electronics recycling, please visit the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality Solid and Hazardous Waste Division.