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In 2020, Canterbury-Bankstown residents recycled over 19 tonnes of electronic waste (e-waste). E-waste is the broken or obsolete electronic items lying around your house. There are a number of ways you can safely recycle your old or broken electronic items.
We have local options to drop off e-waste throughout the year or Council also run FREE drop off pop-up events, accepted materials are outlined in the table below.
Upcoming FREE Council run E-waste collection event
TVs (including set-top boxes, cords)
Computers (including laptops, tablets, PC, hard drives, monitors, cords, keyboards, mouses)
Printers, scanners and fax machines
Small electronics: HiFi and stereo systems, clock radios, fans, toasters, CDs and DVDs
Other councils with a Community Recycling Centre (CRC) may accept out of area drop-offs, including most chemicals. For CRC and Chemical Clean Out locations, visit the NSW EPA website here.
For other options check
Planet Ark's Recycling Near You for commercial recyclers and call them directly for more information.