TGR highly commended in category – Avoid Recover Protect – Community Waste Award

We are proud to announce that we are highly commended in our category – Avoid Recover Protect – Community Waste Award. 

Infinity Awards 2018

Almost 100 nominations were received across nine categories from businesses, local governments, the State Government, community groups and individuals.

Our directors James & Michael Coghill with Honourable Stephen Dawson MLC
Minister for Environment; Disability Services; Electoral Affairs

Since its inception, Total Green Recycling has been committed to increasing the recycling rate of electronic waste preventing electronic devices ending up in landfills across the state. In the 10 years we have been operating, we have recycled 14,000 T of electronics. 

Which includes: 

  • 276,000 Televisions 
  • 207,000 Printers, Scanners and Faxes 
  • 152,000 Computers, Laptops and Tablets
  • 138,000 Computer displays 
  • 97,000 Computer peripherals
  • 184,000 Household appliances 
e-waste materials recovered in past 10 years

Our partners

We have also been a supporter of equal opportunity employment for the disabled, partnering with Rocky Bay employment services, Maxima and the Autism Association. We plan to continue to grow this program in the coming years.

Our accreditation

In 2016, we gained AS/NZS accreditation for our e-waste recycling process and subsequently become the largest recycler in WA processing over 80% of the electronics collected and recycled in WA through the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS). 

Our mission

We hope to provide even more green jobs to long-term unemployed people with disabilities and technology displaced workers. 

Our goal is to ban e-waste from our WA landfills by 2020.