E-waste can be environmentally harmful if disposed of in landfill as these items contain toxic and hazardous materials such as lead, mercury, cadmium, phosphorous and selenium. Recycling e- waste eliminates toxins from entering the environment and reduces the immense volume of recyclable materials being buried and lost forever.
You can responsibly get rid of your e- waste through the following channels:
Mobile Community Recycling Service
Book a free collection from the Mobile Community Recycling Service. To find out which E-waste items are accepted in this pickup service, visit the Mobile Community Recycling Service website or call Council on 8757 9000.
Drop Zone E-cycle Solutions
This is a FREE nationwide recycling service for televisions, computers, printers and computer products (such as printers, keyboards and mice). This service is available to all householders, small businesses and schools.
|What's Accepted||what's not accepted|
|Computers||Game Consoles (such as Xbox or play station)|
|Computer, Peripherals (mouse, keyboards, joystick, webcams etc.)||DVD Players|
|Radios / stereos|
|Appliances / Microwaves|
For more information or to find your nearest Drop Zone Location visit: Drop Zone E-cycle Solutions
SUEZ’s Seven Hills Transfer Station
Households and small businesses can recycle computers and televisions free of charge at this site as part of the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme. For more information and conditions of acceptance please view SUEZ's Seven Hill Transfer Station
SIMS Recycling Solutions Villawood
You can also drop off your old televisions, monitors, computers and printers at Sims Recycling Solutions, Villawood. Visit Sims Recycling Solutions or call 8708 2015 for more information.
- Australia Post, Officeworks, Harvey Norman, The Good Guys or JBHiFi also accepts old printer cartridges.