WA’s e-waste recycling statistics for May 2020

Here are your monthly e-waste statistics brought to you by the largest recycler in Western Australia.

In May we recovered 181,741 Kg of materials and recycled 21,143 items. That’s about 30 elephants of materials diverted from our landfills.

Top 10 performing councils in WA

Congratulations to our TOP e-waste recycling champions in April 2020!

    1. City of Stirling = 46.3 T
    2. Bunbury Harvey Regional Council = 10.9 T
    3. City of Armadale = 9.3 T
    4. Shire of Mundaring = 5.2 T
    5. City of Swan = 5 T
    6. Shire of Augusta-Margaret River = 4.8 T
    7. Shire of Harvey = 4.8 T
    8. City of Albany = 4.5 T
    9. Mindarie Regional Council = 4.5 T
    10. City of Mandurah = 4.1 T

TOP 10 councils May2020
Top 10 performing companies in WA

    1. Canon Recoverable WA = 11.3 T
    2. Ricoh = 11 T
    3. Canon Recoverable WA = 4.2 T
    4. DHL – Canning Vale = 3 T
    5. QLS Caffi Logistics = 2.6 T
    6. Department of Training and Workforce Development = 1.9 T
    7. South Metropolitan TAFE Rockingham = 1.5 T
    8. Coles Narrogin = 1.5 T
    9. Arc Infrastructure = 0.9 T
    10. Dimeo Management Services = 0.6 T

TOP 10 companies May2020

Materials recovered from e-waste

Overall in May, we recovered 181,741 Kg of materials. That’s about 30 elephants of materials recovered and diverted from our landfills.

Top 10 items recycled

In March we recycled a total of 21,143 items. The top of the list made flat-screen TVs with 2,777 of them recycled and diverted from landfill.

10 Top Recycled items in March 2020

Top items refurbished and repurposed

In May we refurbished 1,783 items. Overall, 29 office IT assets collections were completed in May.

IT Assets received vs Recovered

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