E-Waste Blog Category Waster.com.au. Electronic Waste

Everything You Should Know About Solid Waste Management Services 🚮

Solid Waste Management Services 🚮: Lately, we have been discussing a lot pertaining to our various services for small and medium businesses. We have also discussed other topics such as waste management plans for residential services. Generally speaking, this is to ensure that both households and businesses alike – as well as other commercial services – know what to do and who to call for in case they need waste…

Can You Recycle Electrical Cables? 🔋

Can You Recycle Electrical Cables? 🔋: You may have some spare electrical cables at your home that you do not use anymore. Or, the ones cluttered might already be broken – no use to you. If so, what can you do with them? Do you throw them away, at your rubbish bin? Can you recycle your electrical cables, instead? If yes, where and how so? Learn more by reading this…

Officeworks Recycling ♻️ – What You Should Know

Officeworks Recycling ♻️: As you may all know by reading our blogs, you can recycle a wide array of products. You might think otherwise, that is until you read a Waster blog telling you that it can, indeed, be recycled! In this particular blog, yet again, we will talk about how you can recycle certain items without throwing it in your general waste bin. Read on to learn more.  …

Electronic Waste Recycling 📱 – All Things To Take Note Of

Electronic Waste Or E-Waste Recycling 📱: When one thinks of recycling, things like plastic, paper, cardboard, metal, or glass always come to mind. I know for a fact that I always see articles that use those as the main topic – because I do that quite a lot, as well! Of course, that is because they are always ever-present and needs dealing with.   >Download Now: Free PDF Business Owners Guide…

Inefficient Waste Management 🚯

Inefficient Waste Management 🚯: By now, many people have learned what waste management is. They also know how important it is to society. But, there are still some waste management practices today that can be considered quite incompetent to today’s standards. The end result of incompetent waste management is quite a wide range of negative effects on humans, animals, and the environment itself. And, for commercials, this can also affect…

Solar Panel Recycling ☀️

Solar Panel Recycling ☀️: The invention of the solar panel really revolutionised the world for the better. Along with lessening our needs for non-renewable energy, it also offers other benefits such as reducing one’s electricity bills, creating job opportunities for people, and minimising grid security issues (i.e., lessening the occurrence of electrical issues like power interruptions or disasters). But, what happens when a solar panel stops working? What if it…

What Is E-waste?💿

Like a normal business or any household, you will find you are buying more and more electronic items. Everything once paper-based transformed into something more digital. We have even asked in previous blogs if document shredding is still necessary due to digital advancement. Inevitably, as technology develops even quicker, much of your old electronics will become obsolete. So, we ask today: what is ewaste (or e-waste) in the context of…

Toner Cartridge Recycling 🖨️ – Tips On What To Do With Your Empty Printer Cartridges

Toner Cartridge Recycling 🖨️: After using up all the ink and emptying your office printer cartridge, what do you usually with it after? Do you throw it in your rubbish bin? Do you put it in the single-stream recycling bin? Or do you keep them in your home because you don’t know what to do with them and don’t want to risk sending them to a landfill? Well, let me…

Mobile Phone Recycling 📱 – Recycle Old Phones

Mobile Phone Recycling 📱:  We all agree that there are many benefits of using a mobile phone, may it be contacting your loved ones from far away, using it when an emergency situation arises, or even just to kill some time, it has become an important part of our lives. No one can even fathom not using your phones nowadays. And that is the norm. You might even be reading…