Anything that is domestic, plugs into a power point, uses a charger or is powered by battery!

Any commercial electronic and electrical goods or anything that does NOT plug into a power point, does NOT use a charger or is NOT powered by battery.

Yes, Electronic Recycling Australia is EPA approved.

Yes, Electronic Recycling Australia guarantees compliance with electrical and electronic goods recycling standards ISO 14001, ISO 9001, AS/NZS 5377 and adherence to Australian Government legislation.

An e-Recycler (electronics recycler) is a recycling business who are the first stage of recycling, who have setup the plant and equipment; employ and train staff and do the real work of recycling. They come in a variety of forms both commercial and social enterprises.

Until recently most electronics have ended in conventional waste management and landfill. This is where e-Recycling is doing something positive for the environment by diverting electronic equipment and other devices from landfill avoiding unnecessary waste and recovering valuable resources before they become an e-waste problem.

The NTCRS involves a combination of government regulation and industry action to take responsibility for the collection and recycling of waste televisions, computers, printers and computer products. Under the Scheme, householders and small business can drop-off these items for free at designated access points, which may include permanent collection sites, take-back events or through a mail-back option.

Regulation was enacted by Federal Government

Product Stewardship (Televisions and Computers) Regulations 2011:
On 3 November 2011 the Government made new regulations to support the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme. The Regulations require importers and manufacturers of televisions, computers and computer products (Liable Parties) to fund and implement recycling services for these products, and to meet a range of requirements.