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eWaste Recycling

Electronics waste, commonly known as e-scrap or e-waste, is the trash we generate from surplus, broken, and obsolete electronic devices. Electronics contains various toxic and hazardous chemicals and materials that are released into the environment if we do not dispose of them properly. E-waste or electronics recycling is the process of recovering material from old devices to use in new products.

Data Destruction

To eliminate the risks of attempts to reuse or recover data from corporate computers and devices, Australian WEEE recycling can physically destroy hard drives, cell phones, PDAs, tablets, tapes, flash memory, RAM, ROM, integrated circuits, DVDs, CDs and computer equipment.

Collecting Ewaste

Recycling old electronics keeps this toxic waste from going to the landfill. It reduces the resources needed to make new ones.

Solar Panel Recycling

We at Australian WEEE Recycling offer a unique solution and a complete service for recycling Solar Panels with a 95% recovery rate.
Solar panels are made of glass, aluminium, plastic, and semiconductor materials that can be recycled at the end of a solar panel’s useful life. Recycling these materials gives them a second life instead of ending up in landfills. At Australian WEEE Recycling, We recycle Solar cells, metal, steel, silicone and all other semiconductor materials. We recover the precious metals such as, silver, copper and other metals, with our highly technical recycling methods using appropriate processes and equipment. We ensure that safe procedures and processes are employed at our plants and we work in-line with the relevant laws and regulations.

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Environmentally Responsible

Your IT assets and e-waste are processed in an environmentally responsibly

No Disclosure to any Third Parties

Your reputation is protected & compliance
risks are eliminated

Your Data is Destroyed Totally

When recycling equipment with digital data, your data is destroyed totally.

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What is E-waste?

Electronics waste, commonly known as e-scrap or e-waste, is the trash we generate from surplus, broken, and obsolete electronic devices. Electronics contains …

Materials Recovery Facility

A materials recovery facility (MRF) is a key component of residential and commercial single-stream recycling programs. A MRF (which is often pronounced …

October 14, 2020 marked the third International E-Waste Day, designed to promote compliant and sustainable disposal of e-waste throughout the world. This year, …