E-Waste Removal

Do you have electric products you don’t use, or need anymore? You don’t know how to dispose of them? No need to worry further, Swann Rubbish Removal will take care of it for you!

What is E-Waste?

“E-Waste”, otherwise known as electronic waste, refers to any electrical tools you decide to discard. We have to remove e-waste with extra care, separately from all other rubbish because electronics are not decomposable. This is why we recycle as much e-waste as possible.

The term “e-waste” includes all small objects, like cellphones, telephones, cameras and more.  It also includes medium sized objects, such as printers, computers etc. Then we have big objects, like fridges, TV-screens, washers, and anything else with a battery or plug.

What service do we offer?

With our team of experts and the necessary tools, we are fully equipped to remove any type of e-waste you might have, not limited to size, functionality, or age. It doesn’t matter if it’s at your office, or at home, we will take care of the recycling to make sure that our environment doesn’t suffer from your waste. Through our special recycling methods we make the most out of your e-waste.

How it works?

Give us a call or send us an email, so we can discuss your e-waste and suggest an up-front, unbeatable price. Once we decide on a date and time that fits your schedule, all you have to do is put your feet up.
We will hand load your rubbish into our trucks and leave you work-free in a clean surrounding!
Contact us at 0414434257 or fill in the Rubbish Removal Request here.

Recycling

When it comes to the recycling process of e-waste, the first step is always to separate raw materials, like metal, plastic and glass, from electronics. Like this, the recycled raw materials can be reused in many different ways, and won’t burden our environment unnecessarily.
The next step is to classify the type of electronics into three categories. The first category deals with parts of electronic objects, that are electric, however not dangerous. These parts include copper, wires, cables, glass, plastic etc. The second category includes all kinds of electronic small parts like chips, printed circuit boards, and hard drives. Finally, the third category contains various electronic substances of concerns, such as rechargeable and non-rechargeable batteries. Once classified, each category is being recycled in different ways.