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Electronic waste collection (E-waste)


The Victorian Government banned e-waste going to landfill on 1 July 2019. Read more about e-waste recycling options and some frequently asked questions in the drop-down sections below.

Council’s hard waste collection service

Eligible residential households are entitled to a maximum of two collections per financial year. Maximum of 2m3 of acceptable items taken per booking. Book first before putting items onto the nature strip by either contacting council by phone 1300 88 22 33, visiting one of Council’s Customer Service Centres, or on Council's hard waste page

E-waste collection event

Council hosts several e-waste collections events throughout the year. Disposal of e-waste is free for Maroondah residents. 

Local transfer station

There are several privately-run transfer stations in and around Maroondah that will take e-waste. Please note that whilst some transfer stations accept e-waste for free, pricing can change. 

Contact your chosen transfer station first or visit their website to get information on up to date costs. For a list of nearby transfer stations and their contact details see our Recycling and waste centres page 

Industry-run recycling drop-off points

TVs and computers can be taken to an industry-run recycling drop-off point for free under the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme. You can find a list of nearby drop off points by visiting Planet Ark

Service Centres

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

A-Z of Disposal Guide

 For a list of all e-waste recycling options in and around Maroondah see our 'E' secton of our A-Z of Disposal Guide

What is e-waste?

E-waste refers to unwanted and discarded electrical and electronic products – essentially anything powered by batteries or an electrical cord and plug.

Why should it be recycled?

E-waste contains valuable materials that can be recycled and a few hazardous materials that are better kept out of landfill sites.

Where can I find more information about recycling e-waste?

Visit the e-waste website to learn more about the e-waste ban and recycling your e-waste.

Take your e-waste to a better place

From Sustainability Victoria

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