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  • Recycle E-Waste ResponsiblyAucklandComputer Recycling

    Jazztech Communications Limited. Computer Recycling comes and collects e-waste for us and stops us from putting it in the landfill. The website has a collection request feature which is easy to find and very useful. They respond to all emails quickly to setup for collections which are always on time.

  • How to recycle your old computer and phone CHOICE

    Government servicesthe NTCRS. The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) lets homes and small businesses dispose of their computers, computer components (keyboards, monitors, mice, etc.) and TVs at drop-off points in each state and territory, free of charge. Under the scheme, any company that makes or imports TVs or computers into Australia is required to pay for the

  • Perth electronic waste collection & computer recyclers

     · The 1800ewaste Perth E-waste 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. Just call 1800Ewaste (1800

  • Electronic Waste Is Becoming a Global Environmental

     · For instance, Apple in 2018 introduced Daisy, a smartphone-recycling robot that can take apart 200 iPhones every hour, and says it diverted 48,000 metric tons of electronic waste from landfills

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  • Perth electronic waste collection & computer recyclers

     · Perth Ewaste & Computer Recycling Service The 1800ewaste Perth E-waste 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.

  • Electronic Recycling Australia

     · Electronic Recycling Australia leads the way in responsible electrical and electronic goods recycling. 301 Grand Junction Road, Ottoway, SA, 5013 Phone 08 8374 2276

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    Australians are among the highest users of new technology in the world and purchase over 2.4 million computers every year. This makes electronic waste or e-waste, including computers and accessories, a growing problem. Computers are ideal for recycling due to their large volumes, the inclusion of hazardous materials, and good resource recovery

  • 17 cool products made from recycled plasticsWWF-Australia

     · Replas is an Australian plastic recycling company that turns a mix of plastics and waste into a vast range of products that are used across the country. So if you’re looking for outdoor furniture, new decking, fencing, signage or any sort of construction and building materials made from recycled plastic, Replas is the place to go.

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     · All old electronic waste called E-waste. We can recover many precious metals with e-waste recycling but gold, silver, and palladium are main metals. Gold is the main metal in all electronics. Especially a high quantity of gold used in cell phone boards and PC, laptops. There are many e-waste recycling companies in western countries.

  • Computer Recycling and Electronic WastePlanet Ark

    Australians are among the highest users of new technology in the world and purchase over 2.4 million computers every year. This makes electronic waste or e-waste, including computers and accessories, a growing problem. Computers are ideal for recycling due to their large volumes, the inclusion of hazardous materials, and good resource recovery

  • Marin County Computer Recycling and RepairRenew

    We are an authorized e-waste collector in the State of California. Certified and audited by the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery . Certificate #100888. Renew Computers Inc. 446 DuBois Street, San Rafael, CA

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    RecycleInMe is the online B2B scrap trading portal connects local and international scrap buyers/sellers. We deal with 200 sorts of metal and scraps.

  • E-RecyclingEndeavour

    Through e-recycling partnerships, Endeavour Foundation has three e-waste recycling sites Redcliffe (Brisbane), Southport (Gold Coast), and Townsville (North Queensland)dismantling in excess of 150 tonnes of e-waste per month. We plan to expand our e-waste processing in the near future.

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  • Electronic RecyclingComputer Scrap Scrap Suppliers

    We have computer CPU(s) both ceramic and plastic casing for sales. we also have memory rams chips, Motherboards, used laptop charges, flat screen VGA connector, used flat screen we are exporter of electronic scraps including Computer CPU, Mother

  • E-waste recycling drop-off points Department of

     · E-waste recycling services are provided across metropolitan, regional and remote Australia as part of the Australian Government’s National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme. This industry-funded scheme makes it easier for people to have their televisions, computers, printers, computer parts and accessories recycled for free.

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     · We are able to offer secure and professional recycling and remarketing for all ICT equipment. From office desktops to large data centres. Our expert team can arrange all collection logistics, handle all secure data deletion or destruction requirements and ensure

  • Computer Recycling MelbourneE Waste Disposal A-Tech

    A Tech is one of Melbourne’s leading computer recycling providers and is happy to collect free of charge any bulk quantity of the below items to be recycled. Laptops Computers Tablets Faxes Electronic items We also buy bulk lots of up-to-date laptops from businesses wishing to sell them.

  • ANZRP Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform

    We are Australia’s largest and only not-for-profit Co-regulatory Arrangement operating under the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS). We work for our members, not for profit, providing a lean and sustainable arrangement to meet their liability under the Product Stewardship Act 2011, and for Australian s and

  • 17 cool products made from recycled plasticsWWF-Australia

     · Replas is an Australian plastic recycling company that turns a mix of plastics and waste into a vast range of products that are used across the country. So if you’re looking for outdoor furniture, new decking, fencing, signage or any sort of construction and building materials made from recycled plastic, Replas is the place to go.

  • BuyequipE-waste Recycling Electronic Waste Recycling

    Buyequip is an IT lifecycle management services company that specialises in e-waste recycling. As well as working with s and community groups, we also offer free e-waste collection to large organisations, supporting them to maximise their financial returns on decommissioned IT equipment including computer disposal.

  • Recycling High Point, NC

    Electronic Waste Recycling As of July 1, 2011, the State of North Carolina has banned all computer equipment and televisions from disposal in landfills. Electronics cannot be placed in curbside carts as they will damage our sorting machinery, but we offer multiple sites for residents to

  • Recycling at Officeworks Pen, Cartridge & E-Waste Recycling

    With electronic waste (e-waste) growing three times faster than other types of waste, the average Australian generates 23kg of it each per year. There are some products you can’t put in your recycling bin. That’s why we’re giving our customers’ old technology and stationery new life, with our free, easy and secure Officeworks recycling programs.

  • How to recycle your old computer and phone CHOICE

    Government servicesthe NTCRS. The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) lets homes and small businesses dispose of their computers, computer components (keyboards, monitors, mice, etc.) and TVs at drop-off points in each state and territory, free of charge. Under the scheme, any company that makes or imports TVs or computers into Australia is required to pay for the

  • Purchase prices and sorting criteria for electronic waste

     · (Purchase) Prices and sorting specifications for electronic waste. General Electronic waste is a very heterogeneous recycling material.Purchase prices are determined by the contained metals. The gold, silver, palladium and copper content being different between the several components, circuit boards and chips, we define sorting criteria for the different price groups of electronic waste in

  • ZERMA Machinery & Recycling TechnologyGranulator

    With over 70 years of experience, ZERMA is one of the leading manufacturers of high-quality size reduction equipment. The extensive range of machines covers the entire spectrum of size reduction technology. Starting with beside the press granulators to soundproof granulators, high performance granulators to heavy duty shredders.

  • Electronics Waste Recycling Business Opportunities

     · The electronics recycling business is becoming increasingly important as volumes of e-waste continue to grow, setting the stage for the growth of that industry. The huge growth of consumer electronics has led to an ever-expanding surge of end-of-life electronics that must be recycled. More than just trash, this material can be an environmental and health hazard.

  • Computers, Hardware, Appliances Recycling for Charity

    When New Zealand businesses donate unwanted IT equipment to Recycling for Charity they are enabling us to support local charities. We collect the IT equipment that would otherwise be destined for landfill and give it new life by refurbishing, using for parts or recycling. We then make a donation to our partnering charities from on the on-sale

  • Australia's National Waste PolicyLess Waste, More

     · The National Waste Policy provides a national framework for waste and resource recovery in Australia. It outlines roles and responsibilities for collective action by businesses, governments, communities and individuals. The National Waste Policy guides continuing collaboration between all Australian governments, businesses and industries. It does not remove the need for

  • E-waste the high cost of high-tech

     · E-waste from used electrical and electronic gadgets such as desktop computers, laptops and iPhones is one of the fastest growing waste streams in the world. Rapid uptake of information technology

  • ComputerAid

    Since Computer Aid’s founding in 1997, we have brought access to technology to over 14.5 million people. We want to build a world where everyone has equal access to technology through sustainable IT solutions, providing access to high-quality equipment and education in the developing world

  • BigbellyThe World Leader in Smart Waste & Recycling

    The latest addition to Bigbelly’s suite of Smart Waste capabilities, the Remote Hopper Lock, allows CLEAN users to control access to their station’s Hopper disposal. With the Remote Hopper Lock, program your Bigbelly fleet to lock and unlock on-schedule or using your station’s sensing capabilities.” READ COVERAGE.

  • Computer Recycling and Electronic WastePlanet Ark

    This makes electronic waste or e-waste, including computers and accessories, a growing problem. Computers are ideal for recycling due to their large volumes, the inclusion of hazardous materials, and good resource recovery potential for non-renewable resources like tin, nickel, zinc and copper.

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