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After the switch to digital began in Gloucestershire this week, we're being advised to recycle or reuse our old TVs.
Gloucestershire County Council are expecting a huge increase in televisions being recycled during the digital switchover, due to more people buying new digital-ready flat screens. Should you wish to recycle your TV, you can take it to any of the 5 Household Recycling Centres around the county, as around 96% of a relatively modern TV can now be recycled.
However, David Hughes from Gloucestershire County Council says that it's also a good idea to reuse your television set by donating it to a furniture scheme, so that others can benefit from it.