Computer e-waste recycling now fueled by lack of Australian legislation.

Written by David Allman

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“We’ve discovered that many businesses throughout Sydney just aren’t aware of computer recycling, norrepparttar increasing problem e-waste is to Australia’s environment. They tend to dispose of their equipment straight to landfill. Onrepparttar 110084 other hand we’ve found many concerned business owners taking interest inrepparttar 110085 way they treatrepparttar 110086 environment, but don’t know what to do. Until we approached them with our service, they’ve reluctantly been disposing their unwanted computer equipment straight to waste. The fact is there hasn’t been a convenient or viable recycling solution on offer until now”, David Allman said.

Estimates byrepparttar 110087 Australian Federal Department of Environment say that by next year, 1.6 million obsolete computers and associated equipment will be sent to landfill, 1.8 million will be sent to storage, and 16 million will already be sitting in storage awaiting an undetermined fate.


For further information, contact David Allman at IT Recyclers on:

+612 0432 937 452, or visit

Formed in September 2004 by David Allman, IT Recyclers offers Sydney based companies a cost effective, convenient and environmentally responsible service for recycling their obsolete computer equipment.

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Written by Gary Whittaker

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What can you do? Simple. If you haven't donated yet, and are afraid of getting scammed, go directly torepparttar relief organisation. Do not give money to people that call you, or that you see inrepparttar 110083 street. To find a more extensive list, check But that along is not enough. Ifrepparttar 110084 United Nations cannot properly managerepparttar 110085 assistance, write to your government and have them follow Canada's lead. Get them to work on another DART type team or program. What happened in Southeast Asia can happen to you, either around your home, or while you are on vacation. Do you want to know that people have sent provisions that cannot get to you,but there was something they could do about it?

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