Perth electronic waste (ewaste) & computer recycling

Perth electronic waste ewaste & computer recycling

1800ewaste Perth – electronic waste and computer recycling service.

1800ewaste is Perth’s leading ewaste collection and recycling service. We’re dedicated to diverting as much electronic waste (ewaste) from Perth landfill and overseas export as possible. For too long, metals such as mercury and lead found in computers and other ewaste have been buried in landfill, leaving the toxins to leach into the ground and waterways. This cannot continue.
The 1800ewaste service is professional fast and reliable. We collect your ewaste from your door and deliver it to the appropriate recycling facilities where 95-98%, by weight, will be recycled for future use.

What is ewaste (electronic waste)?.

The term ‘ewaste’ encompasses all old electrical appliances either in a state of disrepair or simply obsolete. This includes everything from fridges and microwaves to mobile phones and computers. The correct disposal of ewaste is of vital importance to being able to achieve a sustainable future.

Safe, environmentally friendly & certified ewaste recycling.

1800ewaste only use accredited electronic waste recyclers, ones that are governed by ISO140001 standards – the international regulation for the safe disposal of electronic waste.

How to book in your recycling for collection – FEES APPLY

If you’re interested in having your ewaste picked up in Perth and recycled in please give us a call today on 1800Ewaste, 1800 392 783 or just fill in the form below:


 

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Perth Areas we service.

Alexander Heights – Alfred Cove – Anketell – Applecross – Applecross North – Ardross – Ascot – Ashby – Ashfield – Attadale – Atwell – Aubin Grove

Balcatta – Balga – Ballajura – Banjup – Banksia Grove – Bassendean – Bassendean Dc – Bateman – Bayswater – Beaconsfield – Beckenham – Bedford – Beechboro – Beeliar – Beldon – Belhus – Bellevue – Belmont – Bentley – Bentley Dc – Bertram – Bibra Lake – Bibra Lake Dc – Bicton – Booragoon – Boya – Brentwood – Brigadoon – Broadway Nedlands – Bull Creek – Bullsbrook – Burns Beach – Burswood – Butler

Calista – Canning Vale – Canning Vale Dc – Canning Vale South – Cannington – Carine – Carlisle – Carlisle North – Carlisle South – Carramar – Casuarina – Caversham – Chittering – Churchlands – City Beach – Claremont – Claremont North – Clarkson – Clifton – Cloverdale – Como – Connolly – Coodanup – Coogee – Coolbellup – Cottesloe – Craigie – Crawley – Cullacabardee – Currambine

Daglish – Dalkeith – Darch – Dianella – Doubleview – Duncraig

East Cannington – East Fremantle – East Perth – East Rockingham – East Victoria Park – Eden Hill – Edgewater – Ellenbrook – Ellenbrook East – Embleton

Ferndale – Floreat – Floreat Forum – Forrestfield – Fremantle

Garden Island – Girrawheen – Glendalough – Glengarry – Gnangara – Gooseberry Hill – Gosnells – Greenmount – Greenwood – Guildford – Gwelup – Gwelup Dc

Hamersley – Hamilton Hill – Hammond Park – Hazelmere – Heathridge – Helena Valley – Henderson – Henley Brook – Herdsman – Herne Hill – High Wycombe – Highgate – Hillarys – Hillman – Hilton – Hocking – Hope Valley – Hopeland – Huntingdale

Iluka – Inglewood – Innaloo

Jandabup – Jandakot – Jane Brook – Jindalee – Jolimont – Joondalup – Joondalup Dc – Joondanna

Kalamunda – Kallaroo – Karawara – Kardinya – Karrakatta – Karrinyup – Kensington – Kenwick – Kewdale – Kiara – Kings Park – Kingsley – Kingsway – Kinross – Koondoola – Koongamia – Kwinana Beach – Kwinana Town Centre

Landsdale – Langford – Lathlain – Leda – Leederville – Leeming – Lesmurdie – Lexia – Lockridge – Lower Chittering – Lynwood

Maddington – Madeley – Maida Vale – Mandogalup – Manning – Marangaroo – Mardella – Mariginiup – Marmion – Marrinup – Maylands – Medina – Melville – Menora – Middle Swan – Midland – Midvale – Mirrabooka – Morley – Mosman Park – Mount Claremont – Mount Hawthorn – Mount Lawley – Mount Pleasant – Mullaloo – Munster – Murdoch – Myaree

Naval Base – Nedlands – Nedlands Dc – Neerabup – Nollamara – Noranda – North Beach – North Fremantle – North Lake – North Perth – Northbridge – Nowergup

Ocean Reef – O’connor – Orange Grove – Orelia – Osborne Park – Osborne Park Dc

Padbury – Palmyra – Palmyra Dc – Parkwood – Parmelia – Pearsall – Peppermint Grove – Peron – Perth – Perth – Perth Airport – Perth Gpo – Pinjar – Postans

Queens Park – Quinns Rocks – Red Hill – Redcliffe – Ridgewood – Riverton – Rivervale – Rockingham – Rockingham Beach – Rockingham Dc – Rossmoyne

Safety Bay – Salter Point – Samson – Scarborough – Serpentine – Shelley – Shenton Park – Shoalwater – Sinagra – Sorrento – South Fremantle – South Guildford – South Lake – South Perth – South Perth Angelo St – Southern River – Spearwood – St James – Stirling – Stratton – Subiaco – Subiaco East – Success – Swan View – Swanbourne

Tamala Park – Tapping – The Spectacles – The Vines – Thornlie – Trigg – Tuart Hill – Two Rocks

Upper Swan

Victoria Park – Viveash

Waikiki – Wandi – Wangara – Wangara Dc – Wanneroo – Warnbro – Waroona – Warwick – Waterford – Watermans Bay – Wattle Grove – Wattleup – Wellard – Welshpool – Welshpool Dc – Wembley – Wembley Downs – West Leederville – West Perth – West Swan – Westminster – White Gum Valley – Whiteman – Willagee – Willagee Central – Willetton – Wilson – Winthrop – Woodbridge – Woodlands – Woodridge – Woodvale

Yanchep – Yangebup – Yokine

Electronic waste, printers and PC recyclers right here in Perth

1800Ewaste are your local Perth computer recyclers and e waste collection company. The only sustainable way to keep Perth beautiful for future generations is to eCycle, using weee electronic waste processes to recycle end-of-life technology. Many Perth councils do not have facilities to recycle electronic waste or a depot for electronic waste disposals. That is where we come in – recycling computers and other general it recycling in Perth – right to your door. For rubbish removal Perth – please contact 1300rubbish.

{ 39 comments… read them below or add one }

Sandra October 17, 2009 at 7:03 pm

Is this service free or os there a cost involved?

1800ewaste October 19, 2009 at 9:37 am

Just as there is a cost (normally funded through your council rates) for recycling bottles, cans and paper – there is also a cost involved with recycling e waste. While the problem of e-waste is not a new one, many areas do not have it as part of their official recycling program. Until this happens there is a (very reasonable) expense for picking your e waste up and recycling it with 1800ewaste. Just call 1800ewaste (it’s a free call) to get a quick estimate.

Cameron November 15, 2009 at 3:21 am

What happens to computers after they are recycled? are we able to purchase recycled machines?

Ewaste November 18, 2009 at 10:24 am

Hi Cameron, When a computer is recycled it is no longer a computer, the recycling process breaks down the computer into it’s most basic materials ie. metals, plastics, glass etc. Currently 95-98%, by weight, of the computer is recycled into secondary raw materials for future use. If you’re interested in a second hand computer we’d suggest having a look on ebay.

David Guglielmana November 28, 2009 at 5:20 pm

Is there an e-waste facility in Bunbury WA?

Ewaste November 30, 2009 at 11:13 am

Unfortunately we don’t service Bunbury at the moment, however we’ll collect ewaste from any location in Perth. If that isn’t an option, we’d suggest you contact your local council for more information on disposing of hazardous waste in your area. Thanks.

Julie Angel December 2, 2009 at 8:18 pm

I live in the Southwest in Dunsborough, WA. I have 2 printers and a scanner that I have replaced, I need to dispose of them in the safe way. Could you please advise if you have a pickup in this area?
Thank you.
Kind regards,
Julie Angel

Ewaste December 4, 2009 at 10:35 am

Hi Julie, Unfortunately at this stage we only service Perth in WA, perhaps you could try your local council, they might be able to give you some guidance on hazardous waste disposal for your area. Thank you.

Julie Angel December 7, 2009 at 5:31 pm

Thank you for your assistance, I will phone the Busselton council

Kind regards,

Julie Angel

Angela December 19, 2009 at 10:56 pm

Can i drop it off to ypu instead?

Ewaste December 21, 2009 at 2:22 pm

Hi Angela, As we don’t have storage facilities we don’t provide a drop off service, however we’ll collect from anywhere in the Perth Metropolitan area. Please give us a call 1800 392 783 (free call) to discuss how we can help. Thank you.

Quinton March 30, 2010 at 4:45 pm

Hi, I live in Kalgoorlie. How can I dispose of my monitors and old televisions?

James March 30, 2010 at 4:47 pm

Hello do you know were i can dispose of my waste if it is electronic and i live in merriwa
please reply

John March 31, 2010 at 2:26 pm

I have an old Lexmark 3200 desktop colour printer that is now of no further use & the colour function has broken down… How much will it cost me to have it picked up from my Bullsbrook home???

Ewaste April 17, 2010 at 1:06 pm

Hi Quinton, Unfortunately we don’t service Kalgoorlie at the moment, we’d suggest getting in contact with your local council for advice on how to recycle electronic waste. Thank you.

Ewaste April 19, 2010 at 11:02 am

Hi James, Unfortunately we don’t service the Merriwa area at the moment, we’d suggest you contact your local council on how best to dispose of electronic waste. Thank you.

Ewaste April 19, 2010 at 11:03 am

Hi John, Unfortunately we don’t service the Bullsbrook area at the moment, we’d suggest you contact your local council on how best to dispose of electronic waste. Thank you.

Megan May 31, 2010 at 10:39 am

How do country councils become involved in recycling e-waste?

Ewaste June 1, 2010 at 9:30 am

Hi Megan,
Often councils need to know that there is enough demand for a recycling service before it can be put into place; we suggest contacting your local council to see if they offer a collection service or if they have any plans to do so. If not, they can get involved by finding their nearest electronic waste recycling facility and working with the community to raise awareness of the importance of Ewaste recycling.

Kristy June 12, 2010 at 8:01 pm

Do you collect from Port Kennedy ?

Ewaste June 15, 2010 at 11:43 am

Hi Kristy,
Unfortunately we don’t service that area at the moment; maybe try contacting your local council as they may be able to offer you some advice on recycling near you.
Thank you.

Alison July 9, 2010 at 5:44 pm

Hi I am trying to acquire some pre-loved commercial fridge or freezer doors (approximately 500 mm x 1000 mm) – do you guys handle disposal of these and can you suggest how I may get hold of some? Thanks a lot.

Ewaste July 12, 2010 at 11:01 am

Hi Alison,
We collect fridges and freezers from both commercial and residential properties. However, we promise our customers that we never refurbish or resell any items that we collect; all ewaste that we collect is recycled to ISO 14001 standard and we aim to divert 95-98% of our ewaste, by weight, from landfill. If you are interested in second hand items, we suggest looking on ebay or with repair companies.
Thank you.

Alison July 21, 2010 at 12:05 am

Sorry, just wanting to clarify – we actually wish to recycle some old display fridge or freezer doors as double-glazed windows in the house that we are building, but are a bit stumped as to where we may be able to source just the doors and not the entire appliance! What happens to this component of the fridge or freezer once collected?
Cheers

hassan July 23, 2010 at 4:20 am

Hi Thanks for your efforts concerning protecting our environment.
I am looking for splits and chillers in order to use some parts of them as spare part.
Thanks for your answer.

Ewaste August 9, 2010 at 1:55 pm

Hi Alison,

Everything we collect is taken to a private recycling facility, and we make a promise to our customers that it is not resold or refurbished any other way. It’s probably best to source glass from a company that specialises in recycled glass.

Thanks

Ewaste August 9, 2010 at 1:56 pm

Hi Hassan,

Unfortunately we make a promise to our clients that we don’t refurbish or resell any items we collect and all components are broken down to their core components. We are therefore unable to help you locate spare parts.

Thanks

Gavin April 10, 2011 at 10:41 pm

Hi, I work in I.T and our company in Perth have a few laptops, desktops and monitors that we need to dispose of. What is the cost involved, is it a set price per p.c, monitor, desktop ect. or do you calculate you price on weight?

Ewaste April 11, 2011 at 11:39 pm

Hi Gavin,

The cost is usually based per item and varies for different electronics. To get a better idea of cost it’s probably best to contact our office on 1800 392 783 (free toll) or email mail@ewaste.com.au with more specific details (quantity, location etc.) and they will be happy to provide you with an obligation free quote.

Thanks for your enquiry.

Tammie July 24, 2011 at 10:19 pm

Hi – where do we dispose of macbook batteries? Can you help?

Dagmar Allen August 8, 2011 at 1:17 pm

HI, We used you for our office once to dispose of computers.
I have a private request for quotation today. We would like the following picked up for recycling:
1 fridge
1 tv
1 Computer Console

Could you please quote a price.

kind Regards

dagmar Allen
23 Swanson Way
Ocean Reef

Ewaste August 17, 2011 at 7:11 pm

Hi Tammie,

We collect and recycle macbook batteries. Although, because they are such a small item we recommend getting a few other items together first so as to make the most of our minimum collection charge. Feel free to give our office a call on 1800 392 783 (free toll) to discuss this further.

Thanks for your enquiry.

Ewaste August 17, 2011 at 7:16 pm

Hi Dagmar,

We probably need a bit more information about the fridge and television before offering you a quote (e.g size, access). Please give our office a call on 1800 392 783 (free toll) or sent through an email to mail@ewaste.com.au and one of our customer service team will be more than happy to help you.

Thanks for your enquiry.

Ella September 20, 2011 at 5:51 pm

Hi I have a washing machine old and tv that’s for rubbish please let me know if you can help pick up and chuck out ? Please also is it free? Let me know thank you Ella !!

Ewaste September 21, 2011 at 12:29 am

Hi Ella,

Of course we can help you. To organise a collection please call our office on 1800 392 783 (freetoll) or email mail@ewaste.com.au. Unfortunately it’s not free, but one of our sales team will be happy to provide you with an obligation free quote over the phone or email.

Thanks for getting in touch.

John Spencer November 27, 2011 at 3:06 pm

Hi. Can you tell me what it will cost, to pick up and dispose of a 60cm oven, from our home address in West Perth (near Harbour Town)?

Cheers,
John.

Ewaste December 7, 2011 at 2:53 am

Hi John,

We’ll need a bit more information before offering you a quote as it often depends on weight and location. Feel free to give our office a call on 1800 392 783 (free toll) or email mail@ewaste.com.au, and one of our customer service team can offer you an obligation free quote, and confirm whether we service your area.

Thanks for your enquiry.

yvonne January 6, 2012 at 5:09 pm

Isn’t there anyone in WA that collect old computers & sends them to under privlidge overseas.
it seems to me a shocking waste of products to just dismantle, recycle or bury the components

Ewaste January 23, 2012 at 7:29 am

Hi Yvonne,

It is our company policy not to send any electronic waste overseas and all electronic waste is recycled here in Australia. Exporting electronic waste to developing countries is illegal, as it often ends up on landfills or being dismantled unsafely in built up environements. If you’re looking to pass on your electronics to the underprivilaged overseas, it’s probably best to go through an official charity – however, they are often wary of taking things like computers, due to viruses and hardware issues.

Thanks,

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