One simple flat rate fee ($14.95) covers all e-waste up to (and including) 22 kilograms.

Trackable – Responsible – Convenient

As one of the most trusted and well respected brands, ANZRP – TechCollect has partnered with Australia Post to take the headache out of recycling your unwanted or end of life e-waste.

We’ve done this by providing you with all the shipping and logistics though our exciting new online e-waste shipping service TechCollect Express.

Utilising Australia Post’s national delivery service, your parcel will be sent to our centralised TechCollect recycling partner for processing.

By utilising a trusted network such as Australia Post to facilitate the logistics leading to the collection and destruction of your old e-waste, ANZRP has taken the risk and headache out of recycling unwanted e-waste.

Through TechCollect-EXPRESS, you now have the ability to use Australia Post’s extensive network of 4,379 Post Offices, or self-manage via the web portal and take the items to your nearest post office box. With more 16,039 across Australia, that shouldn’t be too hard!

One simple flat rate fee ($14.95) covers all e-waste up to (and including) 22kilograms.

What we take:

  • Laptop computers
  • Mice
  • Power Supplies
  • Cables
  • Keyboards
  • Desktop computers
  • Laptop and computer batteries (please leave in place inside device)
  • Modems
  • Mobile Phones
  • USBs and related storage devices

What we don’t take:

  • Monitors
  • Televisions
  • Electronic items and devices NOT listed above

 

If you require more information or assistance about what you can send for recycling, please email us HERE.

NOTE 1:

Australia Post has the capacity to accept parcels up to 22kg.

NOTE 2:

Through the online transaction facility, customers will pay for the service selected, and print out a shipping label and/or a QR code to affix it to their e-waste parcel.  They will have the option to present their parcel to an Australia Post Office for shipping, or deposit it directly into a post office box. Should packaging the items be an issue, people can purchase the required packaging (envelope, bag or box) from their local Australia Post Office.