eWastec provide ewaste recycling services in Brisbane and the surrounding suburbs.
Ewaste collection services
Drop Off Zones
Ewaste drop off zones
Ewaste Recycling Brisbane
eWastec is an Australian owned and operated business with over 20 years of experience in the recycling industry. With an aim to reduce the impact on the environment as a result of e-waste, we recycle most electronic products such as computers, TVs, telecommunications equipment, appliances and tools, mobile phones and scrap metals.
Our motto is “Earth Conscious. Community focused.”
Our Ewaste Recycling Brisbane program manually process all IT and TV ewaste that we receive in order to ensure the quality and number of parts that we can recover. Our manual processing also gives us the chance to provide employment opportunities for those in the community who need it most through our disability program.
For more information on Ewaste Recycling Brisbane and how we can assist in the recycling of your Brisbane Ewaste, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Eight Mile Plains
Fig Tree Pocket
Holland Park West
Mt Gravatt East
Port of Brisbane
Seventeen Mile Rocks
Upper Mt Gravatt
Onine Collection Estimator
We ensure we protect the privacy of your data storing hardware by destroying the hardware (if required) as we process the eWaste material we receive from you.
We can schedule a free site evaluation to determine whether your assets can generate revenue for your company through recycling with eWastec.
eWastec can provide any recycling documentation you require to fulfil your need.
Here are some of our frequently asked questions. They might answer your question too!
What is ewaste?
Ewaste (electronic waste or e waste) is any form of electronic product that is no longer fit for use as per its manufactured intent and requires disposal. It is any electrical product that you can plug in or use with batteries.
Why is it so important to recycle ewaste?
Ewaste contains a number of toxic substances such as lead, cadmium, mercury and phosphors which, if sent to landfill, can have a devastating effect on the local environment. Furthermore, many of the materials required for the manufacture of new electronic products require mining of our natural resources if recycled raw materials are not available.
How much will it cost me to recycle my ewaste?
eWastec can offer a free recycling service for all scheme eWaste (NTCRS), however, there may be a cost involved for collecting the eWaste you have dependant on the volume and location of your eWaste. For all non scheme ewaste (e.g. Household appliances) contact eWastec for a quote.
How can eWastec recycle my ewaste for free?
Ewastec are part of the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) which requires manufacturers and importers of Televisions and Computers to essentially fund recycling businesses within the scheme by meeting set targets specified by the government. Ie by 2026-27 these manufacturers (known as liable parties) must prove that 80% of the volume they manufacture or import is recycled.
Where will my ewaste end up?
eWastec are committed to achieving a 95% recovery rate for all eWaste that enters our site meaning 95% of what you send to us will be recycled ethically and legally by our recycling partners into raw materials that can then be used in the manufacture of new products.
What happens to my private information on my computer?
If you haven’t already erased the data from your hard drive or other data containing hardware eWastec can do this for you either as complete destruction of the hardware or as a data wipe
What happens to the plastic?
All ABS/PC plastic used is baled and recycled into pellets to be re used in new plastic products