Blue Mountains City Council


Electronic waste (E-waste) Recycling

Australians generate more than 140,000 tonnes of electronic waste (e-waste) each year and much of it ends up in landfill. Some e-waste contains toxic chemicals such as lead, mercury and arsenic which is why it’s so important to dispose of electronic items correctly. E-waste can also contain precious metals that can be recycled.

Help keep e-waste out of landfill by taking advantage of our free e-waste drop off service.

Residents and small businesses can drop off e-waste to:

Resource Recovery and Waste Management Facility (RRWMF)
Woodlands Road




Blaxland Resource Recovery and Waste Management Facility 
Attunga Road

We accept:

  • Televisions
  • Desktop computers
  • Laptops and notebook computers
  • Palmtops and tablets 
  • Computer monitors 
  • Printers and scanners
  • Computer parts including internal hard drives, cards, CPUs, DVD and CD drives
  • Computer mice, cables, keyboards and web cameras


We do not accept:

  • Set top boxes
  • DVD and video players 
  • Any other household appliance not listed above
  • Equipment that is extremely damaged or dismantled


Check our A-Z of Waste and Recycling for information on more items.