Lane Cove E-Waste Collection 22nd April 2017

An E-Waste collection for Lane Cove and Hunters Hill residents will be held on Saturday 22 April 2017. The collection day will be located at St Ignatius’ College, Regis Campus, 29 Riverview Street, Riverview from 8:00am until 4:30 pm.  Now is a good time to do a spring clean and get all your E-Waste together ready for the drop off.

The free collection is for Lane Cove and Hunters Hill residents only. Please ensure to bring your rate notice or driver’s licence. If you would like to be notified by email about the next e-waste collection, you should subscribe to the Council’s Sustainability E-Newsletter.



E-Waste Guidelines

Items Accepted Not Accepted

Computers and accessories



Handheld devices

Gaming consoles


Cables and IT accessories


Household batteries

Multi function centres

Digital cameras

Video cameras

Small appliances e.g. kettles

Clock radios


CDs and DVDs

VHS tapes

Cassettes and disks Printer cartridges


Washing Machines




Car tyres

BBQ ovens

Gas cylinders

Chemical waste

Any industrial machine



Before sending your computer off to be recycled be sure to erase all sensitive data. Do a low level format to be certain the data is not going to be retrievable by anyone. You can download free tools from your PC manufacturer to do this, here are some handy results from Google for PC users. If you are an Apple Macinstosh user then simply boot off the OSX installer disks and choose ‘Zero All Data‘ from the Disk Utility on the disk.

The Lane Cove Sustainability Group is will collect E-Waste on behalf of residents who are, for valid reasons, not able to drop E-Waste items of themselves. Please contact team member Pierre 0413-606 366 with details and our team will collect the items on Saturday Morning between 9.30 and 11.00 am.

If you see any abandoned E-Waste items in the Lane Cove area please call Sjirk and they will pick it up.

As our love affair with all things electronic continues the related E-waste stream grows alongside our desire to have the latest, the fastest and the coolest item. The vast majority of E-Waste still ends up in landfill.

The Lane Cove Sustainability Action Group continues to campaign for a permanent, easily accessible location in Lane Cove where residents can drop off E-Waste ahead of the proposed National E-Waste Scheme.

City of Sydney E-Waste Drop Off

If you can’t drop off your waste this weekend. You can drop it off at the City of Sydney’s next E-waste collection date which is Saturday 3 June 2017 from 9am to 3pm.

 Anyone is permitted to drop off E-Waste at the City of Sydney depot:

Sydney Park Depot – Barwon Park Road, St Peters

Open from 9 am to 3 pm.

E waste reccyling

If you would like to know how to recycle other products in Lane Cove (such as Nespresso Pods, Eyeglasses, Coat-hangers and more please read our blog here)


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