We offer a full and safe recycling service for all TVs – CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) and LCD (Liquid Crystal Display), also known as Flat Screens. Working with a range of customers throughout the UK – including hotels, hospitals, schools, universities, colleges, local authorities, other waste management companies, bookmakers and general businesses – we collect little or large amounts of units and transport them to our site.
The volume of Flat Screen TVs being discarded these days is enormous. Usually the reason is consumers wanting the latest models or bigger versions, but sometimes it’s because their LCD has broken and they assume the only option is to replace.
At Restructa we work hard to reuse and repair as many LCDs as possible, to prolong the product lifecycle. However, we’ve also developed a completely safe recycling system for Flat Screen TVs beyond repair, and for other displays from laptops and PC monitors.
Many of the displays, particularly LCDs, contain mercury inside the tiny lamps used to illuminate the screens. This is highly toxic to humans through ingestion or inhalation of mercury dust, but also from exposure to water-soluble forms of mercury or eating seafood contaminated with mercury.
Following an intensive R&D program, our Flat Screen Display Recycling Facility is one of the most advanced in Europe. With capacity of around 20 tonnes of displays per day, we are at the forefront of display recycling technology.
We capture as many components as possible for reuse and repair, then carefully dismantle what’s left into individual parts and materials for safe recycling.
Call us on 01294 203555 or email email@example.com
Tell us where you are and how many units you have
We’ll give you a quote ASAP
Our drivers will come to your location and collect
Relax, knowing your TVs will be disposed of in a fully compliant manner, without any harm to life or the environment
We’re continually thinking about carbon. So although we can collect your TVs from several locations, it’s better if you store them in one place – that way we’re using our transport efficiently.