TV / Computer Monitor Recycling and Disposal
Looking for eco-friendly TV and computer monitor recycling and disposal solutions?
Look no further than Pure Planet Recycling.
We are a licensed waste carrier and Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF) for electrical waste, certified by The Environment Agency. Our team collects all types of monitors and TVs from businesses across England, recycling thousands of tonnes of equipment each year. We prioritize equipment reuse and material recovery, ensuring that hazardous components are disposed of safely and responsibly.
Technological advances fuel the demand for lighter, thinner monitors. So when a company or educational facility buys new, they need to dispose of their old. From CRT and TFT to LCD/LED and plasma screens, we handle it all.
We provide duty of care hazardous waste paperwork. This is a legal requirement when handling hazardous waste. A paper traceable route for your disposal gives companies full peace of mind.
How Does Our TV and Monitor Recycling Service Work?
Disposing of your old monitors and TVs is as simple as:
You contact us, with photos and details of the waste you have. Please also provide the collection address and access restrictions.
A quotation is then provided for the collection of your old monitors and TVs.
Once accepted, a collection is arranged using our own secure transportation and staff
We load the equipment into our vehicles and provide a hazardous waste consignment note.
Any equipment that could have a second life is reused. All other materials are recycled to recover the materials they are made from.
Once the recycling is complete, we invoice and provide a recycling certificate for the load.
What Type Of Monitors Do You Collect?
We can collect and recycle all type of TVs and Monitors, including the following;
TFT Computer Monitors
LCD/LED Computer Monitors
CRT Computer Monitors
Large Format Displays
Why Choose Pure Planet Recycling?
Over 16 Years Experience
Nationwide coverage area
Professional and licensed service
Waste paperwork provided
Uniformed, trained staff
Wait and load service option
Equipment reused/recycled where possible