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Mosman Council E-Waste Collection Days


E-waste – unwanted electronic goods like computers, televisions and video recorders – contains many finite resources such as gold, copper and silver. Some materials contained in e-waste are toxic to our environment, containing high levels of lead and mercury. Don’t let these items end up in landfill!

By recycling your e-waste, 90% of the materials are recovered and recycled to be used in the manufacturing of new products.

The e-waste drop off dates for 2019 are Sunday 24 February and Sunday 04 August 2019.
Council Car Park
33-37 The Crescent, Mosman NSW 2088
9.00am – 4.00pm

E-waste re-use and recycling options for Mosman residents:


At the moment, Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre -eWaste , between Terrey Hills and Ingleside, is not charging for drop-offs of e-waste from any Mosman or Northern Beaches household members (that is, a resident of Mosman, Manly, Warringah or Pittwater). If a customer comes from outside the area Kimbriki will charge them.

Re-sale, swap, ‘Freecycle’ etc

Organisation: Freecycle - Pittwater Group
Details: It’s free and only takes a minute to register. Make sure you describe your item exactly (working or not working – some people are still keen to take the non-working items and fix them), and give your location/suburb.
Freecycle: The Freecycle Network™ is made up of 4,766 groups with 6,879,629 members across the globe. It’s a grassroots and entirely non-profit movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns and thus keeping good stuff out of landfills.
Membership: free, and everything posted must be FREE, legal and appropriate for all ages. To view the local group posts, visit the Pittwater Group or visit Sydney Northwest - Rehoming unwanted items
Organisation: Reuseit Sydney North
Details: Our goal is to find new uses for unwanted items that would otherwise be thrown into the trash. The primary benefit is that it reduces the amount of reusable items that end up in the trash with a secondary benefit of reducing the overall amount of items thrown into landfills.
Organisation: Northside Chat Cafe
Details: This Chat Cafe is intended to be a Sister Group to all Northern Sydney Recycling (Freecycle, ReUseIt) Groups. Our coverage area includes the North Shore, Northern Beaches, North-west and surrounding Sydney regions.


Organisation: Reverse Garbage
Service: Refurbish and Reuse
Phone:02 9569 3132
Drop Off Address: 8/142 Addison Road, Marrickville
Fee: No Fees Apply
Details: Takes working and non-working computers. Only takes working monitors and working printers and scanners. All cables and associated peripherals are accepted. Call first.

Computer and TV Manufacturers

Organisation: Hewlett – Packard
Service: Recycling
Phone: 1300 325 961
Fee: Fees may apply
Details: Asset Recovery Services Programme accepts any manufacturer’s printers, scanners, fax machines, personal computers, servers and computer peripherals. They collect from households too.
Drop Off / Pick Up: 26 Sliegh Place Wetherill Park for HP items only (free).
Collection Service: Minimum charge $77. 1-3 computers for example costs $77. They take any electronic items from any brand products.
Organisation: Toshiba
Phone: 13 30 70 or Toshiba Service Centre (Processing Facility): 9739 5844
Details:You can bring unwanted Toshiba Notebooks (including batteries) to a Toshiba MobileCare or ProCare Service Centre in Australia. Just fill in an Equipment Disposal Agreement and then drop off your equipment in the recycling bin in the lobby and we will take care of it at no charge. Your nearest Toshiba drop-off point or call 13 30 70. If you are in an area that does not have a collection point, you can even post your equipment to us (along with a completed Equipment Disposal Agreement) and we will take care of it. Please note: a handling fee will apply if you drop off or post a non-Toshiba Notebook. This covers the cost of shipping and recycling.
Pick Up Service: Want us to pick up your old equipment? If you prefer, we can arrange a courier to collect your equipment. To cover pickup, shipping and recycling, we will need to charge a flat fee of $10 plus $13 per item in metropolitan areas or $16 if you are more than 40 km away from your capital city (credit card payments only).
Organisation: Apple Computers
Details:With a qualifying purchase, Apple will collect your old equipment and recycle for free.
Organisation: Sony
Phone: 1300 13 SONY (7669) Monday to Friday – 8am to 6pm

Independent Recyclers

Organisation: Ausmag Media
Service: CD/ DVD Recycling
Details: This is a free service and all people need to do is post their CD/DVDs to the Seven Hills address or drop them in.
Organisation: . Delete Tech
Service: Recycle, Refurbish and Reuse
Phone: 0406 976 301
Drop Off / Pick Up: Pickups only
Fee: $10/per pick up. In addition – $2.50 CPU, $7 monitor, 0.25 peripherals e.g. $10 per PC.
Details: Computer maintenance service available, software installation, internet and network setup, virus and spyware removal and protection. Do not except TVs or other appliances. 90% recycling rate.
Organisation: Computer Source Australia
Phone: 9648 4098
Drop off address: Unit 6 no. 1 Hill Rd. Homebush. Computers and printers are accepted for recycling at no charge
Organisation: SIMS GROUP e-Recycling
Service: Recycle
Phone: 02 9728 2658
Drop Off / Pick Up: Drop-off at SIMS E-Recycling Pty Ltd. 82 Marple Rd., Villawood. Pick up – call to organise pick up. Includes cost of a local courier. Courier fee up to $85.
Fee: Fees may apply (smaller quantities may be free).
Details: Will pick up commercial quantities. Accept IT and electronic equipment. 98% recycling rate.
Organisation: MRI (Aus) Pty Ltd
Phone: 1300 4 EWASTE (1300 4 39278)
Service: Recycle
Fees: Request a quote
Drop Off / Pick Up: Pick up service available with fee (courier fee up to $70), or drop off at Wetherill Park (8am – 4pm, Mon-Fri). Book a collection online
Organisation: 1800EWASTE Pty Ltd
Service: Recycle
Phone: 1800 392 783
Drop Off / Pick Up: Pick Ups Only
Fee: May Apply. $66 incl GST is the minimum call out fee
Details: End-of life recycling, they don’t refurbish or re-sell. Personal data destroyed. Tues or Thursday pick up and the resident does not have to be at home, can pay by credit card.
Organisation: Wesley E-Recycling
Note: (This service is no longer functional and has been replaced by a PRA scheme run by the same operators)
Phone: 9690 8976 / 9690 8970
Fee: 49c/kg for recycling. Working computers and printers accepted for free.
Drop Off / Pick Up: Unit 6, 7-9 Rhodes St. West Ryde 8am – 3 pm Mon-Fri. They have only just started and only offer a drop off facility at present but may consider pick up options at a later stage.
Details: Donation of computers are refurbished and sold to pensioners, disabled and people in need who get Wesley packages. They wipe the hardrive and have a reporting system. In recycling the e-waste they take the components out and sell to recyclers. From the website: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Australia (PRA), a non Government social enterprise, is currently establishing a new E-Recycling program employing people with a psychiatric disability to refurbish, resell and recycle computers and associated equipment, as well as low cost computers for the community.
Organisation: TES-AMM Australia
Service: Recycle, Refurbish and Reuse
Phone: 1300 730 621
Drop Off / Pick Up: Pick ups only
Fee: Commercial quantities may not incur charge. Otherwise approx. Min $77 charge for pick up. That charge could cover the costs of a few computers ($16.50 per PC, $22 per CRT monitor).
Details: ISO certified global company providing reuse and recycling of all IT equipment. Do NOT accept TV’s and Whitegoods.
Organisation: Greenbox
Service: Recycle, Refurbish and Reuse
Phone: 1300 201010
Drop Off / Pick Up: 11/175 Briens Rd, Northmead, NSW 2152
Fee: fees apply
Details: PC’s, laptops, monitors, servers, network communications equipment accepted. Takes commercial quantities (e.g. 50 computers) for free pick up.


Printer Cartridges: The voluntary extended producer responsibility program called ‘Cartridges 4 Planet Ark’ is supported and funded by seven of Australia’s leading print manufacturers. All types and brands of printer cartridges are accepted for recycling. For more information visit the printer cartridge recycling section on this site. Call the ‘Cartridges 4 Planet Ark hotline’ on 1800 24 24 73 for more information.

You can now drop off your used or empty laser and inkjet cartridges at participating Australia Post, Officeworks, Harvey Norman, Tandy, Dick Smith Electronics and Powerhouse outlets. This is a free service.

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