WA’s e-waste recycling statistics for July 2019

Aug14
In July we recycled 29,697 electronic items. The second most common items were flatscreen televisions – 2,416 of them. That’s enough flat screens to cover an entire Olympic-sized swimming pool with some to spare. Top 10 performing councils in WA Congratulations to our TOP e-waste recycling champions in July 19′. 1) City of Stirling = 53.3 T 2) City of Karratha = 19.7 T 3) Mindarie Regional Council = 15.7 T 4) Shire of Broome = 10.1 T 5) City

MEDIA RELEASE: Total Green Recycling seeks new charity partners

Aug05
MEDIA RELEASE PUBLISH ON 6th August 2019 Perth, 6th August 2019 Total Green Recycling (TGR) has been working with several partners over the years donating used electronics, free services such as complimentary pick up for Cancer Council WA and a monetary donation to our charity in Uganda. (You can learn more about Why Total Green supports International School Program (ISP) in Uganda.) While TGR is most known as the largest e-waste recycler on the Australian

WA’s e-waste recycling statistics for June 2019

Jul13
In June we recycled 29,023 electronic items. Did you know that average lifespan of a LED TV at maximum or close-to-maximum brightness is 40,000 to 60,000 hours or 4.5 to 6.8 years? Top 5 performing councils in WA Congratulations to our TOP e-waste recycling champions in June 19′. 1) City of Stirling = 39.6 T 2) City of Busselton – Local Government = 13.1 T 3) Mindarie Regional Council = 11.8 T 4) Bunbury Harvey Regional Council = 10.6 T 5) Shire of

MEDIA RELEASE: Perth e-waste recycler receives a grant from the WA Waste Authority

Jul12
Total Green Recycling has been one of the successful enterprises out of ninety (90) applicants grants round of the Community and Industry Engagement (CIE) program within Western Australia.   Twenty-eight projects across the State will share the funding of $2.29 million – much of it for infrastructure – to improve waste management and increase recycling across WA. Total Green Recycling has been awarded two projects in the sum amount of $159,780.  TGR’s e-waste projects supported by