E-Waste Bin service

Electronic waste in US consists of entertainment consoles, computers, mobile phones, televisions, appliances and lighting devices. Electronic waste is growing as USns love technology and are amongst the largest users in the world, buying more than 4 million computers and 3 million TVs a year. When recycled, e-waste is dismantled and precious materials including glass, plastics and metals can be extracted for re-use. Some electronic items contain hazardous materials including lead, mercury and cadmium that needs specialist handling. By diverting e-waste from landfill, you’re saving the environment, energy in mining and manufacturing, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and protecting our air and waterways from harmful materials. Wanless has proven service capabilities with the collection of e-waste nationally through its integrated services model and even has its own electronic recycling division in Sydney. Whether it’s a once-off clean-out of stored electronic waste or a permanent service, Wanless can provide bins to safely store, collect and transport your businesses e-waste to be recycled, providing piece of mind that its being handled responsibly.

USns love technology and are amongst the largest users in the world, buying more than 4 million computers and 3 million TVs a year. That’s why Wanless has invested in providing a electronic recycling solution to ensure USn business can simply recycle e-waste items allowing precious materials that can be recovered, recycled or re-used.

E-waste Bulk bins

E-waste Bulk bins range from 12 – 31 cubic meters.

What can go in your E-waste recycling bin

The following fibre items are acceptable if untreated:

  • Computers
  • Monitors
  • Televisions
  • Appliances
  • Printers
  • Laptops
  • Cabling and cords
  • Components

What can’t go in the E-waste recycling bin:

If unsure always contact are staff or local council to ask.

  • No general rubbish or hard rubbish
  • No packaging
  • No broken glass
  • No timber
  • No polystyrene
  • No asbestos
  • No flammable waste
  • No prescribe, liquid or hazardous wastes

E-Waste Recycling Process

1. Collection

Wanless collects e-waste bins from client facilities which are delivered a local e-waste recycling facility.

2. Dismantling

Once delivered to the recycling facility, components are sorted and dismantled.

3. Sorting

They are then placed into categories of core materials and components.

4. Shredding

Those items that can be manually processed are separated; all other items to go through an industrial shredding process.

5. Material Extraction

Materials including plastic, copper, aluminium, tin, gold, steel, iron and glass are extracted for re-use, reducing our reliance on raw materials.