6 reasons refurbishing and reusing IT equipment is better than recycling

Too often companies and governments assume recycling is the default option to dispose of end-of-life ICT equipment. And that’s regardless of whether the equipment is actually at the end of its product life. However, with the new Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Strategy 2030 in place, the priorities are now clear. “The creation of a circular economy has the potential to harness the economic value of materials and drive investment in infrastructure and jobs.” “The

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What is inside of your Hard Drive?

Now when most of us work from home, you may be wondering what is inside of your Hard Drive and do I have enough space left? The HDD (Hard Disk Drive) is where your computer stores data for the long term — not just the things you save, but all the code required for your operating system, the framework browsers use to connect to the internet, drivers for your accessories, and everything else. When people

WA’s e-waste recycling statistics for March 2020

Here are your monthly e-waste statistics brought to you by the largest recycler in Western Australia. In March we recovered 196,309 Kg of materials and recycled 33,092 items. That’s enough material to make 1,636 yellow-top wheelie bin trips to your front door. Top 10 performing councils in WA Congratulations to our TOP e-waste recycling champions in March 2020! City of Stirling = 48.3 T Bunbury Harvey Regional Council = 15.7 T City of Kalgoorlie Boulder

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This is what our collection of electronics looks like

Many of you are asking ‘how does it actually work?‘ when you have some spare computers, monitors and other electronics taking up space in your office or shed and are ready to get rid of them. So we put together this quick summary of how our collections look like so you know what to expect. And of course, due to the current COVID-19 situation, all our collections are contactless. You can read about things we