Miscellaneous electronics is the largest recycling group within e-waste – small and medium-sized products found in the home, such as computers, TVs, toys, mobile phones, vacuum cleaners, etc.
Municipal recycling centres accept all e-waste.
All shops selling new electronics must accept and recycle old electrical items. Smaller shops apply a one-for-one principle, meaning they will recycle your old electric toothbrush when you buy a new one. Larger shops (such as electronics chains) must accept electrical items whether you buy a new one or not. Not sure what applies? Ask in your shop what rules apply there.