Electronic Waste


Televisions, computers and other electronic equipment contain valuable non-renewable resources, including gold and other precious metals, some of which are quite rare. They also contain hazardous materials including lead, bromine, mercury and zinc that are harmful to humans and to the environment. By recycling these products we can not only recover useful material, but also reduce health and environmental risks. All e-waste including computers, televisions, printers, toasters, vacuum cleaners, microwaves, VCR's, mobile phones and white goods can be recycled.  

How to dispose of your e-waste

Council is providing an ongoing e-waste drop off collection service at its depot located at 6 Newton Road, Campbelltown from Monday to Friday (8am to 3pm).

E-waste (domestic quantities only) in good condition (eg screen not smashed, cables  attached) should be brought to the Depot during business hours.

There will be a special parking lot allocated in the front car park marked for e-waste. You are responsible for placing your e-waste onto the provided pallet and a trolley will be available for use to assist you.  If large e-waste items need to be disposed of, please ask our Depot staff for assistance as they will be more than happy to assist you.

What items will be accepted?

Acceptable items include mobile phones, televisions, computers and computer peripherals, laptops, tablets, microwaves, toasters and fax machines. For a full list of all acceptable e-waste items, visit

Mobile phones can also be recycled via Mobile Muster recycling bins located at the Campbelltown City Council Office (172 Montacute Road, Rostrevor) or at Campbelltown Public Library (171 Montacute Road, Newton). For more information on mobile phone recycling, click here.

What happens to my collected e-waste?

All e-waste collected will be sent to an accredited e-waste recycle company (E-cycle) to be properly recycled. 



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