Computer recycling

December 1, 2019

Computer recycling protects more than just the environment In such a digitally advanced world, most of our personal information can now be accessed at the click of a button. From social media sites to online banking, there has never been so much sensitive information on our computers, mobile phones and laptops. So when it comes […]

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eCycle – a buzz word with serious meaning

November 17, 2019
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Ecycle refers to the recycling of electronic waste, an issue that concerns us all. Electronic waste is one of the biggest, if not the biggest issue the waste industry faces today. Electronic waste, or ewaste as it is now more commonly known is being generated at three times the rate of any other municipal waste […]

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Disposing Old Televisions and Microwaves

November 3, 2019

Televisions and microwave ovens are just some of the most common ewaste items that are not allowed to be disposed along with regular trash. Both are also bulky and tend to use up a lot of space when discarded and set aside in one’s home. Most people tend to bring out their old televisions and […]

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Mobile Phones Ewaste Removal Melbourne

October 20, 2019

It is estimated that there are more than 31 million mobile phones which are in use in Australia. It is also obvious that the popularity of mobile phones increases at a steady rate as more and more people can afford to buy as many mobile phone devices as they can. There are even those who […]

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Computer Screen Recycling

October 6, 2019

Recycling computer screens, both old boxy models and newer flat panel displays, is ideal because of their huge volume, hazardous components, and good resource recovery potential on resources that are non-renewable such as copper, zinc, nickel and tin. In 2010, TFT (thin-film transistor) and LCD (liquid-crystal display) monitors as well as laptop screens have been […]

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Disposing of Electrical Goods

September 22, 2019

These days, people have easier access to get newer and updated models of electrical goods. Manufacturers and retailers have made it sure that their products are more relevant, packed with more features and more affordably priced in order to gain a higher sales number and a wider market reach. However, buying a new electrical item […]

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Ewaste Collection and Recycling

September 8, 2019

Ewaste refers to unwanted consumer electronic devices and equipment which are believed as not suitable for dumping in landfills because of the heavy metal that they contain. These can include stereos, computers, televisions, printers, VCRs, fax machines, mobile phones and electronic games. These electronics are said to contain copper, lead and other heavy metals that […]

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Ewaste Contamination Brisbane

August 25, 2019

Generally speaking, ewaste, compared to regular household waste, is produced at a greater rate of up to three times higher. Majority of such waste is said to be produced by commercial means. Apart from computers and monitors, ewaste such as batteries, tubes and globes and fluorescent lamps can be really harmful to humans and to […]

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Ewaste Contamination Melbourne

August 11, 2019

Ewaste, if not carefully and properly disposed, can be harmful to the environment and to human health. Hazardous materials such as cadmium and beryllium are said to be found in most electrical and electronic equipment with each one bringing various and distinct levels of harmful and toxic effects. Ewaste is also one of the types […]

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Ewaste Contamination Sydney

July 28, 2019

Most of the electronic waste in Australia ends up in landfills which poses a contamination threat to the soil and water. Often ewaste contains hazardous substances such as mercury and lead that can leach into the environment when left to rot in landfill. Diverting ewaste from landfill is seen as a solution to prevent further […]

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