Disposal of electronic waste

Disposal of electronic waste
Residents can recycle old, broken or unwanted TVs and computers free at participating locations year-round. Disposal of Electronic Waste Our residents have the opportunity to recycle old, broken or unwanted TVs and computers free at participating locations year-round.  
Electronic Waste

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.

We have local options to drop off e-waste throughout the year or Council also run FREE drop off pop-up events, accepted materials are outlined in the table below.

Upcoming FREE electronic waste collection event

When: Saturday 19th October 2019 from 9am-3.30pm

Where: Council’s car park at Shakespeare Street, Campsie

Electronic items accepted:

  • TVs
  • Video recorders & DVD players
  • Monitors, desktops & laptops
  • Computer peripherals (keyboard, mice, joysticks)
  • Printers, scanners, faxes, photocopiers
  • Speakers & sound equipment
  • Projectors
  • Electric games
  • CD’s, DVD’s, tapes
  • Cameras
  • Phones (mobile and landline)
  • Small household appliances (fans, alarm clocks, vacuum cleaners)
  • Kitchen appliances (microwaves, kettles)

Where can I take my e-waste?

 

Earlwood Library & Knowledge Centre

Campsie and Bankstown Customer Service Centre

Upcoming FREE Council run E-waste collection event

Officeworks

TVs 
(including set-top boxes, cords)

 

Computers (including laptops, tablets, PC, hard drives, monitors, cords, keyboards, mouses)

 

Printers, scanners and fax machines

 

 

Small electronics:  HiFi and stereo systems, clock radios, fans, toasters, CDs and DVDs

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​Phones

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​Printer cartridges

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​Batteries

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For other options check Planet Ark's Recycling Near You for commercial recyclers and call them directly for more information.