tv recycling

The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme was established in 2011 to provide Australian householders and small business with access to industry-funded collection and recycling services for televisions and computers.

To date, more than 1,800 collection services have been made available to the public and more than 130,000 tonnes of TV and computer e-waste has been collected and recycled under the scheme. This has diverted hazardous materials away from landfill and enabled the reuse of valuable resources contained in e-waste.

Four organisations have been approved to deliver recycling services under the scheme. For more information on these organisations, including details of the services they provide, use the links below:

For further information on the scheme visit: www.environment.gov.au/ewaste.

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