Question about Panasonic PT-44LCX65 Television
How do I dispose of it?
Thanks for the helpful info. I called the business where we purchased our TV from, and they came and picked up the light when they did some repair work for us. This is a small town, and they only have a site to drop off polluted things like this once a year. That was September 13th! This happened a long time before that date.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
I don't know what location you live in, but if you are in the US, check your state's EPA webpage...they usually have contact numbers for questions like that (and if you call, they can likely recommend local agencies/businesses qualified to dispose of it for you).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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