Appliances

E-waste doesn't belong in any bin. Fore more information on how to dispose of your e-waste, visit the electronic waste collection page.

Before gifting, selling or recycling e-waste, it’s essential to wipe all data and perform a factory reset to protect your personal information.

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Council on call hard waste collection

E-waste Drop Off Event

Council run e-waste recycling drop off events are run periodically throughout the year. See the electronic waste collection page for details. 

Council Customer Service Centres

Small e-waste items such as, mobile phones, chargers, cords, cameras, tablets, torches, smartwatches and cables can be dropped off for free to the Recycling station at Realm, 179 Maroondah Highway, Ringwood.

Household batteries and mobile phones can be dropped off for free at one of Council’s Customer Service Centres

National Television & Computer Recycling Scheme

The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme provides Australian householders and small business with access to free recycling services for:

  • televisions
  • computers
  • printers
  • computer products (such as keyboards, mice and hard drives).

Visit the Planet Ark website for a list of nearby drop off points.

Transfer Stations 

Visit our tips/transfer station page for locations and further information.

Harvey Norman

Harvey Norman stores will accept some larger e-waste items, such as TVs, monitors, computers, fridges and washing machines. For more information on what items are accepted, contact your local store directly via the Harvey Norman website.