Recycling your e-waste, also known as electronic waste, is just as important as recycling any other waste material. Toxfree is a true end-of-life recycler of electronic waste. Our business model, technologies and processes ensure that maximum recycling, recovery and processing takes place within Australia.
What is e-waste?
e-waste refers to any discarded electronic device or electrical component. e-waste comes in many forms, including computers, photocopies, printers, fax machines, batteries and mobile phones. Electronic waste also includes; wiring, printer cartridges, CDs and DVDs, small appliances and other goods. Australia disposes of over 100 million kilograms worth of computers and televisions alone each year, and many scrap components can contain elements harmful to the environment, this means that proper electronic waste recycling is necessary for a cleaner, healthier planet.
What can I do?
You can ensure your e-waste is disposed of at a reliable and ethical recycling plant. 90-95% of e-waste components can be recycled when managed correctly. This greatly reduces the environmental impact of landfill dumping, sourcing new materials, pollution and contamination.
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What does Toxfree do with e-waste?
Toxfree delivers a true end-of-life solution for your e-waste. End-of-life means nothing is re-used; everything is destroyed during the recycling process. Our processes ensure the e-waste is useless in terms of information retrieval or re-use. Toxfree provide high security options and individual hard drive destruction, talk to us about a tailored secure e-waste solution.
Mercury recycling by Blubox
Toxfree is the only company in Australia able to safely recycle display units containing mercury. This is done through our BluBox Recycling Plant, based in Melbourne.
The BluBox is a Swiss designed processing technology packed in a 40ft container. Toxfree’s BluBox is designed for next generation e-waste recycling, including flat panel displays, smart phones, tablets and laptops. The BluBox can even process a wider variety of domestic e-waste such toasters and hair dryers.
The BluBox process extracts mercury from LCD back-lighting tubes through a sophisticated aspiration system to collect the mercury vapour and phosphor contaminated mercury.
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