Where can I drop-off my e-waste?

Globally we produce more than 50 million tonnes of e-waste annually, 700,000 tonnes of which is generated right here in Australia. To put 700,000 tonnes into perspective – it is equivalent to the weight of 125,000 jumbo jets worth of e-waste every year. Can you imagine 125,000 jumbo jets being dumped into a landfill? So how do we correctly dispose of those tonnes of electronics we no longer can use? Do you know what to

How to recycle your electronics in the City of Cockburn

The City of Cockburn has been recycling electronics for many years. In the last year, they have recycled 41 truckloads of e-waste. If you have any unwanted electronic items, you can drop them off in the Henderson Waste Recovery Park free of charge or put them on your verge during your twice-yearly collection. Your smaller items such as mobile phones, batteries, household light globes and printer cartridges – you can drop them off to any

WA’s e-waste recycling statistics for July 2019

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

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