Electronic Waste Recycling
As one of the world’s highest users of computers, Australia has a growing computer and laptop waste issue as new models supersede old technology.
Telecommunication Equipment Recycling
The telecommunication industry is based on transferring voice, data, text, sound and video. The number of electronic and electrical components needed to do this is massive.
Electronic waste is produced at up to three times that of normal household waste production, and TVs are a huge source of this waste.
Appliances and Tools
Any appliance or tool that you can plug in or use with a battery can be recycled.
Scrap Metal Recycling
Often trades people find themsleves old scrap metal from the various jobs they are involved with. These metals can be recycled to be reused after being refined.
Mobile Phone Recycling
The proliferation of mobile phone makes this an increasingly important part of recycling. We also collect mobile phone & tablet chargers/accessories.
National Television & Computer Recycling Scheme
The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) was established in 2011 to provide Australian householders and businesses with access to industry-funded collection and recycling services for televisions and computers.