Electronics Recycling

Sustainability

Electronics Recycling

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.

Canada has been developing province-wide landfill bans that prohibit electronic devices from being thrown away in the trash. In provinces where there is not a wide-reaching ban, some local municipalities have taken upon themselves to do a community-wide ban while also encouraging the reuse and donation of used electronics devices.

How to Get Recycling

In most provinces , 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 13 provinces.

Click on the information below to find a recycler in your area. You can also search by province and learn how you can safely and conveniently recycle or reuse your electronics.

ALBERTA: For more information about recycling requirements and how to recycle your equipment, please visit http://www.albertarecycling.ca/ (Alberta Recycling)

BRITISH COLUMBIA: Electronics recycling information can be viewed at the https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/bc/ (Recycle My Electronic – British Columbia)

MANITOBA:  Details about electronics recycling is located at the https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/mb/ (Recycle My Electronic – Manitoba)

NEW BRUNSWICK: Additional information on recycling can be found on https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/nb/ (Recycle My Electronic – New Brunswick)

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR: Information about waste management can be viewed at https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/nl/ (Recycle My Electronic – Newfoundland & Labrador)

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES:  For more about electronics recycling, please visit https://www.enr.gov.nt.ca/en/services/electronics-recycling-program (the Government of the Northwester Territories)

NOVA SCOTIA: For more material about recycling requirements and how to recycle your equipment, please visit https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/ns/ (Recycle My Electronic – Nova Scotia)

NUNAVUT: There is no current infrastructure setup in Nunavut. In 2010, the government shut down the funded recycling programs and only non-profits are setup for collections. Electronic recycling is not a part of the non-profit collections.

ONTARIO: Additional information on recycling can be found on https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/on/ (Recycle My Electronic – Ontario)

PRINCE EDWARDS ISLAND: Electronics recycling information can be viewed at the https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/pei/ (Recycle My Electronic – Prince Edwards Island)

QUEBEC: Information about waste management can be viewed at https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/qc/ (Recycle My Electronic – Quebec)

SASKATCHEWAN: Learn more about how to locate electronics recycling sites by visiting https://www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/sk/ (Recycle My Electronic – Saskatchewan)

YUKON: An electronic recycling program was recently implemented in 2018. Please click https://yukon.ca/en/waste-and-recycling/recycling/what-can-i-recycle-and-where (the Government of Yukon) for drop off locations.