computer recycling

Resell, Refurbish or Recycle your Electronic Waste?

October 4, 2020

Whatever your reasons for getting rid of old electronic goods, finding the right way to get rid of it can be tricky. You might be upgrading your old analogue television, or you might just want to get rid of a few things that you’ve found lying around the house. You may feel an obligation to […]

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The future of electronic waste recycling.

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When it comes to electronic waste, it’s quite clear that we need to do something soon. The United Nations estimates that up to 50 million tonnes of electronic waste are thrown away globally each year, and the amount ending up in landfill is on the rise. In 2009, 234 million items of ewaste were on […]

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Solutions For E-Waste Disposal in Sydney

August 23, 2020

As the largest city in Australia, Sydney contributes the most E-Waste within the country. For the over 4 million residents of Australia’s largest city, it is important to understand where and how their electronics can be properly disposed of in order to lead the rest of the nation with this positive habit. Rather than allow […]

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Monitoring the effects of our obsolete CRT monitors

August 9, 2020

CRTs, or cathode ray tubes as they’re formerly known, make up the inside of old style television sets and computer monitors. That hefty looking thing in the attic taking up most of the space? That’s probably your old analogue CRT television . A CRT is a vacuum tube that contains an electron gun and florescent […]

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White Goods Collection at your Convenience.

July 12, 2020

Upgrading your kitchen appliances is all part of today’s technology based world. Why stick with a standard fridge when you can have a fridge that makes ice and pours cold water on demand? The problem arises, however, when it comes to disposing of your redundant white goods. 1.) Resell your dishwasher? You may plan to […]

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The forgotten fate of your electronic waste

May 17, 2020

A recent investigation by Dateline has revealed the shocking truths behind the illegal export of electronic waste. At 1800Ewaste, we’re no strangers to writing articles and posting videos showing clips of electronic waste being dumped and burnt in developing countries, but even we were appalled by what we saw when SBS approached us for this […]

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More Tips for Recycling e waste

April 5, 2020

As e waste continues to expand and spiral out of control, it is essential for consumers to take note and begin to comprehend the environmental effect of e-waste. What is e waste? E waste stands for Electronic Waste and encompasses all old technology whether it is broken, obsolete, or simply discarded after being replaced by […]

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Computer Disposal – the wrong way and the right way.

March 22, 2020
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In some way, shape or form computers have become central to almost everything we do. Most agree that technological advancement will not, and should not, be slowed, however, we do need to consider the enormous pile of computer waste we’re generating in the wake of this rapid advancement.  According to the Environment Protection and Heritage […]

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A Million Reasons Why You Should Recycle Your E-Waste

February 23, 2020

The world’s endemic E-Waste problem continues to grow and spiral rapidly out of control… …as people continue to incorrectly dispose of their old electronics. E-Waste is essentially old technology E-Waste is essentially old technology no longer in use as it is broken, obsolete or has been replaced by a newer model. This encompasses everything from […]

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Is Australia lagging behind when it comes to ewaste legislation?

January 26, 2020

In a world where we update our technology almost as often as we change out socks, you’d think that getting rid of ewaste would be getting easier. But it seems that, in Australia, we’re falling behind in our race against ewaste. The Australian government published a fact sheet on their National Waste Policy that stated […]

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