CD and DVD players

Can I recycle it?

CD and DVD players are not collected as part of your recycling collection.

You can take CD and DVD players for recycling at Household Waste and Recycling Centres except the site at Dudnance Lane (Pool).

Useful information

If your CD and DVD players are still usable, you could consider selling them, passing them on, or donating them to a local charity shop.

Donate or sell

Charity shops are always grateful for donations of unwanted items in good condition.  You could also organise a give and take event or give items away via FreecycleFreegle.

You can donate usable furniture to community projects like: 

Or sell your spare stuff at garage sales and car boot sales or on eBay.  If you can transport items yourself, most towns have their own auction rooms. They are also a good way of selling and buying second hand items.

Household Waste and Recycling Centres

View our Household Waste Recycling Centres to find

  • location maps
  • opening times
  • materials accepted

You can also find your nearest centre by entering your postcode on our my area page.

For safety reasons, no public pedestrian access is allowed through the entrance or exit gates at any of our household waste recycling centres.

Only waste from households in Cornwall can be taken to these sites. Commercial waste is not accepted at any recycling centre.

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