WA’s e-waste recycling statistics for April 2022

May05
Here are your monthly e-waste statistics brought to you by the largest recycler in Western Australia. In April we recovered 260,275 kg of materials and recycled 33,064 items. Top 10 performing councils in WA Congratulations to our TOP e-waste recycling champions in April 2022! City of Stirling = 58T Mindarie Regional Council = 12.7T City of Swan = 9.3T City of Armadale = 8.6T City of Rockingham = 5.3T City of Melville = 5T City

Total Green Recycling finalist in Waste Sorted awards

Apr21
Total Green Recycling is excited to be a finalist in this years Waste Sorted awards! Regional Waste Award Total Green has been named as a finalist in Category 4 – Regional Waste Award alongside WALGA and Workpower. The team worked tirelessly to set up e-waste collection events in towns across WA. Over 20,000 kilograms of e-waste was recycled thanks to these temporary collections set up in regional towns across WA.  The aim behind these events

WA’s e-waste recycling statistics for March 2022

Apr07
Here are your monthly e-waste statistics brought to you by the largest recycler in Western Australia. In March we recovered 277,266 kg of materials and recycled 26,243 items. Top 10 performing councils in WA Congratulations to our TOP e-waste recycling champions in March 2022! City of Stirling = 54.8T Mindarie Regional Council = 12.2T City of Armadale = 11.8T Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale = 9.3T City of Busselton = 8T City of Swan= 6.1T City of Canning

Closed loop vs Open loop recycling

Mar29
Not all recycling is equal. Though the term is often thrown around like it is and as if it is the catch-all fix to the waste problem.  Closed Loop Recycling Closed Loop recycling means we recycle a product and keep its material properties. It can be recycled back into the same product. Glass bottles for example. Throughout many cycles of extraction, production, use, and recycling, glass still maintains its quality. Aluminium cans are the poster