FAQs

What is E-Waste?

E-Waste (electronic waste) refers to a discarded electronic, electrical or battery operated good. Typically, items include computers, computer related equipment, mobiles phones, servers and continues to a vast range of electronic items.

Why is E-Waste becoming an Issue?

E-Waste is growing three times faster than our general waste output, as of 2018 e-waste can no longer be shipped to China for disposal, and as of July 2019, it is no longer legally be sent to landfill in Victoria.
The majority of e-waste contains heavy metals, like lead and mercury, along with chlorofluorocarbons and flame retardants which attack the ozone layer. These chemicals cause contamination of our water, land and air. With e-waste accounting for 70% of the toxic chemicals in landfills, improperly disposed e-waste is causing non-reversible environmental pollution.

Where can we collect E-Waste?

We are able to collect large quantities of e-waste all over Victoria, NSW and South Australia for free. Call us on 0435 843 315 or email us at info@rebitrecycling.com.au to arrange a free collection.

What is our privacy policy?

We take data privacy very seriously, we never share your data with third parties and ensure all employees and staff neve have access to any data on devices, all data is wiped or destroyed so as to ensure it is never accessible.

What is our recycling process?

E-Waste is recycled in a variety of ways but most items follow a general process, where items are assessed, tagged, carefully disassembled, components are then shredded, and sorted. Finally, the raw materials can be re-used.

What is Bulk Quantity?

Bulk is an excess of five computers, or other similar items, phones, servers etc.