Collection Partners

TechCollect provides our recycling service to households and businesses across Australia in conjunction with our local council and waste management partners. You can find more information about becoming a Collection Partner here.

This page is having a slideshow that uses Javascript. Your browser either doesn't support Javascript or you have it turned off. To see this page as it is meant to appear please use a Javascript enabled browser.



  • Blacktown Waste Services
  • Eurobodalla Shire Council
  • Hurstville City Council
  • JJ Richards & Sons
  • Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre
  • Tweed Shire Council
  • Wakool Shire Council
  • Wingecarribee Shire Council




  • Bonnick Road Waste Management Facility
  • Caboolture Waste Facility
  • Livingstone Shire Council
  • United Scrap Metal Traders



  • City of Charles Sturt
  • District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula
  • District Council of Mallala
  • District Council of Mount Barker
  • District Council of Mount Remarkable
  • District Council of Loxton Waikerie
  • Northern Areas Council
  • Southern Region Waste Resource Authority (SRWRA)




  • Baw Baw Shire Council
  • City of Greater Bendigo
  • East Gippsland Shire Council

WA and NT



  • Alice Springs Town Council
  • City of Stirling
  • Shire of Kalmanunda

Recycling Partners

Products collected by TechCollect are recycled by the following recycling companies who follow strict safety and environmental standards:






Endeavour Foundation RGB(Low Res)


E-Waste Recycling Australia

Other recycling schemes

TechCollect also works closely with the following Recycling Schemes:

Recyclingnearyou logoThis site contains information about the recycling and waste services offered by your council as well as local drop-off options for items including computers, batteries, printer cartridges, mobile phones and many more.

An innovative recycling program that provides Australians with a free, easy and environmentally-accredited way to recycle their used printer cartridges.

The official product stewardship program of Australia’s mobile phone industry.

Partnering with TechCollect

TechCollect partners with local councils, waste management organisations and selected retail and business partners nationwide.

If you are a local council or waste management organisation and would like to provide your community with a free, easy and environmentally friendly way to recycle unwanted computers, computer accessories and TVs, join with us now and be part of the government and industry effort to reduce the amount of e-waste dumped in landfill.
Partnering with TechCollect is free and easy!

Because TechCollect is fully funded by many of the world’s leading computer and TV manufactures and importers, partnering with us to provide a service to your local households and businesses is completely FREE.

TechCollect 240213 043

It’s easy and hassle-free. We provide:

  • Signage and marketing support
  • Staff training
  • Collection units
  • Transport
  • Recycling

Here’s what one of our partners has to say about the TechCollect service:

TechCollect 240213 048

“To supply our residents with a safe, efficient and environmentally responsible way to get rid of their unwanted e-waste, we needed to partner with a program which is committed first and foremost to our community.

The TechCollect program is very effective and easy for us to roll out, as they supply everything from collection containers, logistics, recycling operations, signage and also marketing support, ensuing our residents are well informed. TechCollect are always immediately available, whether it’s to pick-up an unexpectedly full container, or to assist us with the promotion of the service to our residents.”

– Jason Agius, Operation Supervisor, City of Moonee Valley, TechCollect Partner.

How to partner with TechCollect

For more information on partnering with TechCollect, download our brochure and Guide for Collection Partners. You can contact us on 1300 229 837 or at

NB: TechCollect contracts direct with its suppliers in writing, contracts offered by third parties purporting to be TechCollect contracts are not TechCollect contracts.