How do I dispose of a TV in Loudoun County VA? The Loudoun County Landfill, located at 21101 Evergreen Mill Rd., offers recycling of mixed paper, cardboard, plastics and glass as well as antifreeze, batteries,electronics (computers, printers, monitors, televisions), fluorescent bulbs, paint, tires, and motor oil. Some items may require a fee for disposal.
How do I dispose of old TV in my area? Look for a local recycling facility that is equipped to handle TV recycling. E-cycling Central is a great resource that can help you find a recycling depot near you. Or, you can check to see if the manufacturer of your old TV has a recycling program.
What can be recycled in Loudoun County? “Typical recyclable items” that are accepted through curbside service include cardboard, paper, office paper, magazines, mail, newspaper, cereal boxes, etc, plastic bottles, plastic jars, and plastic tubs/cups, aluminum cans, foil, and disposable pans, steel cans, glass bottles and jars, and container lids.
How do you dispose of batteries in Loudoun County VA? Automotive Batteries / Lead-Acid Batteries
May be taken to the Loudoun County landfill recycling center and placed on the pallets for recycling (no charge).