Recycling technology

 

Linux Tech Tips acknowledges the beginning of the video is a bit silly. Not as silly as actually letting your devices go to landfill so they can contaminate the soil and water in the area. This video is from Canada but it offers a sensible approach to how you recycle technology. In Australia we know about Mobile Muster for phones. You may or may not know about IKEA for recycling batteries and spent longlife globes. Batteries and ink cartridges can also be taken to Officeworks and some council offices and/or local libraries are battery drop off points. The video makes the point it is important to first gather what you no longer need and cannot be reused and purposed and then look in your local area to find how to recycle what. Yes, you have to make an effort. That’s why the video alludes to the fact that people will just put things in the bin because they can get away with it and because it is still effort on your part to recycle electronic and digital devices. I am lucky I have an e-waste recycling depot near my home now. It is also important to get to know your normal recycler because bit by bit they are coming onboard with e-waste. The e-waste recycler near me will recycle most things for free and then there are charges for things like electric sewing machines. The list is published online and is clear. The video also explains why you get these charges. Collecting and recycling e-waste is not that easy so now we need to make a big effort to try to streamline these processes. We need to make it easy for people to recycle e-waste and we need to find the ways to make it easier for the companies to process the e-waste resources which they recuperate. CRT monitors are heavy and not everyone would be able to load them in the boot of a car. Those weight issues with electronics need to be considered.

So the plan at the moment is:

Collect and separate the waste

Check online for e-waste recyclers near you

Check your local council e-waste programme

Check if your library recycles e-waste of any kind

Check if stores take back items for recycling

Check if stores are e-waste drop off points

 

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