TGR in 2019 – Looking back

The year 2019 has marked another significant milestone in the company’s history. We won our first grant and moved our facility for the seventh time. The minister for environment Stephen Dawson came to visit and we bought an exciting new optical sorter. In December 2018 we successfully renewed our accreditations ISO 14001 and AS/NZS 5377:2013 once again. January 2019 At the beginning of the new year, we shoot a video with our director James who

Recycling e-waste process

What does the process of recycling e-waste look like

This is the video you’ve been all waiting for! Hundreds of people have toured our facility this and past year. If you haven’t been one of them, this is your chance to join us for a virtual tour and learn what does the process of recycling e-waste look like. We’re about to show you how 200,000 kilograms of e-waste gets recycled right here in this facility in Perth every single month. Stage 1 – Sorting

c3church computer donation

TGR donates computers to C3 Church Rockingham

Through our IT Asset Management division, we recently refurbished 63 computers donated by the WA Department of Finance. Data from these computers were wiped by our Data destruction team using Blancco certified data erasure and the new operating system was installed. Our director Michael Coghill decided to match the generous donation of the department with refurbished screens to make the donation a full package. After a thorough search for right local partners, we have opted

WA’s e-waste recycling statistics for November 2019

In November we recycled 32,866 items including 2,890 flatscreen televisions. Our IT Asset Management branch refurbished 1,313 items. Top 10 performing councils in WA Congratulations to our TOP e-waste recycling champions in November 2019! 1) City of Stirling = 43.3 T 2) City of Greater Geraldton = 18.5 T 3) Shire of Broome = 10.4 T 4) Shire of Mundaring = 5.3 T 5) City of Bunbury = 4.8 T 6) City of Cockburn =