Annual ewaste day for City of Canada Bay

Annual ewaste day for City of Canada Bay

30 January 2019

City of Canada Bay will host the annual ewaste collection day on Saturday, 16 February from 9am-3pm at Cintra Park car park, Concord.

Hundreds of home entertainment, household and computer items have been recycled through this annual event, preventing potentially toxic rubbish going to waste disposal areas.

It is always a good time to clean-up and do the right thing with old and unwanted electronics. Around 95% of what we collect is recycled.

The City of Canada Bay and Drop Zone by MRI are making it easy for householders and small businesses keep their electronic waste (or ewaste) out of landfill.

Unwanted laptops, desktop computers, monitors, printers, scanners, copiers and related IT 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.

None of the collected items are resold or remarketed.

Eligible items are:

Household items such as irons, kettles, vacuums, TVs, DVDs, game consoles and computer equipment CAN be dropped off.

White goods such as freezers and fridges; lighting and hazardous items such as smoke detectors, broken glass and chemicals CANNOT be recycled.

Free ewaste drop-off day location on Saturday 16th February 2019:

If you live in the City of Canada Bay, you can drop-off your old and unwanted televisions, computers and IT accessories for free at the Cintra Park Car Park:

Cintra Park Car Park
Crane Street Concord, NSW
Opening hours: 9:00am to 3:00pm
Telephone inquiries: 1300 551 659 (Waste Hotline – City of Canada Bay)

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 and Panasonic who import televisions and computers into Australia.

For more information about Drop Zone and ewaste recycling:

Tel:  1300 439 278 (Enquiries about Drop Zone, ewaste and battery recycling)