11 September 2015
So, you’ve got a big, clunky TV you need to get rid of. Or maybe you have a smaller TV that is no longer working. No matter what kind of TV you have, Fire Dawgs Junk Removal can help you find out how and where to get rid of an old TV in Indianapolis.
Where to Get Rid of an Old TV in Indianapolis?
Option 1: The Dawgs
You can call Fire Dawgs Junk Removal to get rid of your old TV quickly. Are we the free option? No. But, we are the quickest, easiest, and affordable option when you need to get rid of a TV or other household items. Especially ones that are heavy and hard to maneuvering. Heavy lifting and maneuvering… we are good at those. So, check out our Pricing page. Then go to our Contact Form, fill it out for more info!
You can feel great about calling Fire Dawgs to remove your TV. We don’t just dump TVs and other electronics in the landfill. We recycle their components. Or, if the TV is still in working condition, we can donate it a charitable organization on your behalf.
Option 2: ToxDrop
The city and Indianapolis and Marion county offer ecycling (recycling of electronic devices) through the ToxDrop Program. This option is free, but you have to bring in the TV yourself during the specified hours that the facility is open. To learn more about ecycling, and to find hours of operation, click here.
Option 3: Donate It
Some charitable organizations will take old TVs if they are still in working condition. At Fire Dawgs Junk Removal, we donate items like TVs on our customers’ behalf all the time. We have taken working TVs to Goodwill and Salvation Army. There are definitely other organizations out there who would gladly accept your TV. You might want to call before you go to check.
Where NOT to Get Rid of an Old TV in Indianapolis?
We want you to know that you can’t throw TVs and other electronic devices in the trash. Effective January 1, 2011, Indiana households, public schools, and small businesses will no longer be allowed to mix unwanted electronics with municipal waste that’s intended for disposal at a landfill or by burning or incineration. This ban is implemented in cooperation with state law.
Yes, it is illegal to toss electronics in the trash or burn them. However, we hope to keep you legal by following our tips for: Where to Get Rid of an Old TV in Indianapolis?
If you have any questions or would like to schedule a free junk removal estimate, give us a call at 317-291-DAWG. You can also email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope we can help you get rid of your unwanted items!