All of our towns have collection programs for TVs and electronics. Most charge fees for TVs and monitors to cover the cost associated with proper management (see your town's web page).
If that's not enough, check out PC World's Electronics Recycling Superguide. The guide lists all OEMs with producer-responsibility programs, where they are offered, what they cost and what they cover.
These items are not recyclable with your bottles and cans. Tapes cause terrible tangling problems at the sorting faciities. CDs, DVDs and cases are not the kind of plastic they can sort and sell, and will be landfilled.
Best Buy has a kiosk in the entrance of their stores for CDs, DVDs, cases and several other items (gift cards, cables and cords, rechargeable batteries, ink and toner cartridges).
Big Hearted Books, RecycleThat, Salvation Army and Savers accept commercial CDs, DVDs, vinyl LPs and audio books in their original cases. Please no taped, burned, or home recorded media. Click here for some local drop box locations.
GreenDisk accepts electronics and electronic media "technotrash", including difficult to recycle VHS tapes, for a fee.
Vinyl records can also be made into party bowls
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