Brisbane Nth: Recycle your unwanted TVs and computers for free
19 August 2018
Free recycling in Brisbane northside for your old computers and televisions
It is always a good time to clean-up and declutter. That includes safely recycling unloved laptops, printers, scanners, keyboards and IT accessories, including all those cables and power supplies.
Drop Zone by MRI is making it easy for householders and small businesses in metropolitan Brisbane to keep their electronic waste (or ewaste) out of landfill.
Obsolete laptops, desktop computers, monitors, printers, scanners, copiers, mobile phones and their accessories contain materials that we need to recover and recycle to manufacture new products. Sending them to landfill is not only a waste of scarce resources, it can potentially harm the environment and human health where hazardous substances like lead or cadmium may leach into waterways if not disposed of safely and correctly.
Over 95% of e-waste collected is recycled, and none of the collected items are resold or remarketed.
Eligible items are:
- CRT/LCD Monitors
- Printers/Scanners/Fax Machines
- All Electrical Cables
- Televisions and projectors
- Network equipment and Modems
- Communication Modules
- Communication Racks
Drop-off location on Saturday 8th September:
If you live in the Brisbane southside area, you can drop-off your old and unwanted televisions, computers and IT accessories for free at Marchant Park:
Corner of Gympie Rd and Murphy Rd, Aspley, QLD
Opening hours: 9:00am to 3:00pm
Telephone inquiries: 07 3390 4119 (Drop Zone)
Date: Saturday 8th September only
Drop Zone by MRI is part of the government-regulated National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme and is focused on making sure residents can easily recycle their obsolete electronics for free. It is funded by companies like Lenovo, Acer, Officeworks and Panasonic who import televisions and computers into Australia.
For more information about Drop Zone and ewaste recycling: