Most people don’t realise that laptop recycling is also a critical part of the e-waste puzzle. Generally, when people think of e-waste they probably think of desktop computers or monitors. However, as the percentage of people using laptops increases, laptop recycling will also become increasingly important. At Hoxton we also manually dismantle laptops down to the various commodities for recycling as well.
Another key element of the laptop recycle or computer parts recycle circle is re-use. The first part of any recycling scheme should certainly be to find a reuse or repurpose for the recycled parts. If this is not possible then we can therefor move onto dismantling and recycling the commodities. At Hoxton we work with the recycling hierarchy to first of all find the best way to recycle computers.
You are probably wondering what can be taken to Hoxton’s e-waste drop off points?
Items we accept – computers, laptops, servers, printers, keyboards, mice, leads, monitors, televisions and almost anything else that can be plugged into a computer
Items we DO NOT accept – household electrical items – fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, stereo, DVD players, VHS players, hair dryers and most noteworthy – heaters etc.
If you are unsure if we accept your item – you can certainly give us a call to ask 02 9607 6159
Furthermore some states in Australia have now banned e-waste from going to landfill. Most people would probably like to do the right thing with their e-waste recycling, if they knew how to. The good news is that, as a result, Hoxton now has 3 e-waste drop off points in South West Sydney;
We also offer a full service from de-commissioning IT assets, transporting, data sanitisation and responsible recycling.
We are most importantly certified to the AS/NZS 5377 standard for e-waste processing.
So call us today to discuss your computer disposal and also e-waste needs.