YES, you can recycle them. Your CD and DVD cases are not entirely useless. Even though they come classified as type 6 plastic material, you can still recycle them.
How do I dispose of CD cases UK?
If you have any CDs, DVDs or cases that you would like to be recycled then please visit their website: www.reproplastics.co.uk. Please note that discs and cases need to be sorted and sent separately to make them easier to recycle.
Can I put CD cases in the recycle bin?
Though compact disks themselves only contain a small amount of metal, CDs and their cases are classified as electronics. Because of this, they cannot be thrown in a single-stream recycling bin and won’t be accepted in curbside recycling programs.
What can you do with old CDs and cases?
Goodwill still sells CDs and DVDs and collects them at its drop-off locations. Many libraries also take them and will either stock them for checkout or sell them at sales or their used stores.
How do you dispose of CD jewel cases?
You can dump your old optical discs, DVDs, and jewel cases in one of the handy recycle bins at Target or Best Buy, ship them to a CD recycling company like Greendisk, or find a recycling center in your neighborhood through CD Recycling Center of America.
Can you put CDs in plastic recycling?
Can CDs, DVDs , CD-ROMs and Blu-rays be Recycled? Both the disks and the plastic jewel cases from disks are 100% recycleable.
What can you do with jewel cases?
Reader Question – What Can I Do With All My Empty CD Cases?
- Storage for pressed leaves and flowers.
- Make a lamp.
- Make a mini dry-erase board.
- CD jewel case calendars using your own images.
- Group a few of them by glue or rubber band and make book-ends.
- Give them to your kids to use them as shovels in the sandbox.