Recycling Business Directory
Use this recycling directory to help you find local waste recycling facilities and businesses that can accept or collect your unwanted items for recycling.
Enter the material you wish to recycle in the search field below. The directory will give you information on which local businesses can recycle that material.
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Disclaimer: No recommendation of services offered by the businesses listed in this directory is stated or implied. Check to ensure individual recyclers have all necessary licences and approvals from the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection and other relevant authorities.
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Electronic and electrical
Battery World offers the disposal of used or damaged mobile phones.
Fone Zone accepts used or damaged mobile phones for recycling.
Harvey Norman accepts printer toners and ink cartridges for recycling.
Due to ITA’s environmental, recycling focus and procedures, ITA offers free waste removal services in varying formats. Various collection services are offered for the collection of empty cartridges depending on the particular client’s requirements.
All types of used or damaged mobiles are accepted at most Optus Gold Coast stores.
RSCPA op shops accepts all types of quality used goods, including furniture, electrical, clothing and shoes, toys and other bric-a-brac for resale. Gold Coast locations are Miami, Nerang, North Tamborine, Robina and West Burleigh.
Sims Recycling Solutions Queensland recycle an array of electrical products including computer equipment, televisions, as well as large and small household appliances.
SITA Environmental Solutions accepts printers and toner cartridges for recycling.
Get involved by dropping off your old mobile handsets, batteries, chargers and accessories at your local Telstra Store today.
When your old phone is broken or too old to be useful, the best thing you can do is to recycle it so it doesn’t end up as landfill.