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Did you know?

E-waste is any electronic product coming to the end of its use/life. It includes any device with a power cord or battery, which contain potentially hazardous and valuable materials that don't belong in landfill. 


In July 2019, the Victorian Government introduced a ban on the disposal of e-waste into landfill. This includes the following:

  • Entertainment devices: including TVs, movie players, tuners, video game consoles, Hi-Fi systems and speakers.

  • Office devices: including computer hard drives, screens, keyboards and mouse, photocopies, scanners, telephones, servers and data cables / cords.

  • Mobile phones, along with charging devices & cords.

  • Household items: including fridges, freezers, microwaves, toasters, washing machines, dishwashers, coffee machines, bread makers and pressure cookers.

  • Lighting: including desk lamps and flood lights.

  • Power Tools: including drills, grinders and welders.

  • Leisure devices: including electronic toys and fitness machines.

What you can do?

Speedie Waste & Recycle offers a range of E-Waste Recycling Services, including regular weekly and/or one-off collections.


The benefits we all share by diverting e-waste from landfill include less consumption of precious and limited raw materials. This allows us to produce more electronic products and less greenhouse gas emissions associated with products made from these mined virgin materials.

What CAN be included in your E-Waste Recycling Bin:

  • Entertainment devices

  • Office devices

  • Mobile phones, along with charging devices & cords

  • Household items

  • Power Tools

  • Leisure devices


   *Please see above for a more comprehensive list of acceptable answers

Prohibited Items in your E-Waste Recycling Bin:

  • Hazardous materials or liquids

  • White goods

  • Smoke alarms

  • Air conditioners

  • Ink & toner cartridges

  • Alkaline batteries

  • Fluorescent tubes


Please contact our Waste Management Consultants at / or  phone us on +61 3 9305 2265 for a quote and advice on how to recycle your e-waste in a sustainable way Ensuring Tomorrow

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