All our Member 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).
Best Buy will recycle up to 3 units per day of residential desktop and laptop computers and notebooks, small electronics, VCR and DVD players, phones, keyboards, mice, cords, vacuums, fans, select other electric items, and remotes at no charge. Some items have trade-in value. There is a $25 charge to recycle all TVs and computer monitors.
Dell will exchange many electronics, including PCs, mobile phones, digital cameras and MP3 players, for Dell Gift Cards in a mail-in program. Dell has a "no export" policy for end of life electronics.
Hewlett Packardoperates both a take-back and a buy back program for hardware and supplies, including PCs, monitors, printers, digital cameras, personal digital assistants and smart phones of any brand cartridges through the mail. Click here, enter the product info and see if it has value.
Lenovo and Nextworth allow you to trade in a wide range of gently used electronics for a Lenovo e-Gift card online.
Office Depot gives gift cards in Technology Trade-In program on many non-CRT electronics (stores in Hanover and Plymouth).
PC Trading, 58 Washington St. East Bridgewater accepts all electronics Mon-Fri, 8-4. Pickup is also available. There is a fee for most TVs and CRT monitors. Call ahead 508-690-2100.
Samsung accepts many types of office equipment for trade when purchasing new Samsung equipment. It also accepts its products at no charge at several locations, including Paul's TV in Taunton.
Staplesstores accept all brands of computers, monitors, laptops, printers, faxes, all-in-ones, peripherals, ink and toner cartridges, and other items for recycling at no charge. (There are stores in Weymouth, Pembroke and Plymouth).
USell finds the best options for reselling and recycling electronics, including cell phones.
World Computer Exchange accepts working computers for donation at its collection point in Hull. They test and ship working computers to developing countries for use in schools.
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.