Other Waste Items
e-Waste contains resources such as tin, nickel, aluminium, copper, lead and mercury. Sending these products to landfill means the recyclable materials they contain are lost. There is also a risk of hazardous substances being released into the environment.
The City will be announcing its next e-Waste collection date soon. You can also take your e-Waste to:
1700 Tamala Park, Marmion Avenue
What items are considered e-Waste?
- Computer equipment
- Mobile Phones
- Digital cameras and video cameras
- Gaming equipment
- Telephones, televisions, video players, DVD players
Mobile muster is a program that collects and recycles mobile phone handsets, batteries and accessories from a network of over 3,500 mobile phone retailers, Local Governments, Government agencies and business drop off points across Australia.
You can visit the Mobile Muster website to search for your nearest drop off point.
Dry Cell Battery Recycling
The City in conjunction with the Mindarie Regional Council provides a dry cell battery recycling collection service.
This is located at the City Libraries, Whitford Customer Service Centre located at Whitford City Shopping Centre and at the City Administration Building, Joondalup.