Free e-Recycling Collection for Households – 3rd and 4th December

FREE e-waste collection for all metropolitan householders – Download poster here!

Unwanted computer and electrical equipment can be dropped off for recycling at the locations below, free of charge. Your e-waste can then be recycled into many components, instead of going into landfill.

Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th December, between 9am – 4pm at drop-off points.

Drop-off points
ADELAIDE                             Adelaide City Council Nursery, War Memorial Drive (opposite the Adelaide Zoo)
CAMPBELLTOWN               Campbelltown City Council Works Depot, 6 Newton Road
SALISBURY SOUTH             City of Salisbury Operations Centre, 120 Cross Keys Road
SEAFORD MEADOWS         City of Onkaparinga Field Operations Centre, Railway Road
SOMERTON PARK               City of Holdfast Bay Works Depot, Wilton Avenue
LARGS NORTH                     Port Adelaide Enfield Council Works Depot, Willochra Street
MELROSE PARK                   Mitcham Council Operations Depot, 5 Winston Court

The event is open to all metropolitan Adelaide householders regardless of council of residence.

What WILL be accepted:

Computer equipment
Any brand of desktop or laptop computer
Computer mice
Computer cables
Hard drives
Floppy disc and CD/DVD drives
Computer-related peripherals

Home office equipment
Toner and ink cartridges

Mobile handsets and chargers

Electronic games
Computer game consoles

Entertainment equipment
Video recorders
DVD players
Hi-fi and stereo equipment
Digital cameras
Video cameras

*20 item limit per person per day. Staff reserve the right to deem any item unacceptable. Recycling provided courtesy of Apple Pty Ltd.

What WILL NOT be accepted:
Whitegoods (fridges, washing machines, dryers etc), vacuum cleaners, microwaves, other kitchen and household appliances, UPS units, overhead projectors, TVs/monitors that have been removed from their cases or are cracked, batteries that are not an integral part of the computer system, fluorescent tubes, contaminated equipment or other hazardous waste.

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