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In 2018, Canterbury-Bankstown residents recycled over 14 tonnes of electronic waste (e-waste). E-waste is the broken or obsolete electronic items lying around your house. There are a number of ways you can safely recycle your old or broken electronic items.
The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) is run by the electronics industry under federal government control to provide free recycling options for consumers. Well over 9 out of 10 Australians have access to this scheme.
TVs (including set-top boxes, cords),
Computers (including laptops, tablets, Personal computers, hard drives, monitors, cords, keyboards, mouses), and
Printers, scanners and fax machines.
In Canterbury-Bankstown, the
Officeworks stores at:
Will accept TV’s, computers and printers.
Other locations to recycle your e-waste include:
82 Marple Avenue, Villawood
For more information about the
National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme including other collection sites click here.
Council provides permanent recycling drop off points.
In Canterbury Bankstown, the
Library and Knowledge Centres at:
If you’d rather collect your e-waste and recycle it all at once, then keep an eye out for Canterbury Bankstown Council’s pop-up
E-waste recycling events by
To recycle other Types of E-waste including:
Planet Ark’s Recycling Near You webpage by