Electrical and Electronic Waste (e-waste)
E-waste to landfill ban in Western Australia
Banning e-waste from disposal to landfill supports the state government’s vision for a low-carbon Western Australia with a healthy
environment and secure water resources for future generations. The ban also supports the Waste
Avoidance and Resource Recovery Strategy 2030 vision
for the state to become a sustainable, low-waste, circular economy in which human health and the environment are protected from the impacts
Consultation closed on 31 March 2023: https://consult.dwer.wa.gov.au/waste-policy/ban-on-e-waste-disposal-to-landfill-in-western-aus/
E-waste Infrastructure Grants Program
The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation will administer $10 million in grant funding over the next two years through a series
of competitive grant rounds. The grants will support the ban by funding increased e-waste collection, storage and/or reuse including e-waste
The application process for Grant Round 1 opened on 6 February 2023. For more information on how to apply, please visit the E-waste
Infrastructure Grants Program.
E-waste in Western Australia
Information and data on e-waste can be found in the 2021 report on Western
Australian Material Flows Analysis [PDF 6 MB].
Unwanted electronics can be reused by giving them to someone who does want them, such as family, friends or neighbours. E-waste unable to be
reused or repaired may be collected by local
or taken to a drop-off point.
E-waste management initiatives in WA aim to complement national action and support the Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery
Strategy 2030 objectives
to avoid waste, recover more value and resources from waste, and protect the environment from the impacts of waste.
Western Australia supports implementation of national product stewardship schemes, where the schemes provide measurable benefits to the
FREE- e-waste Collection Program
Alumni Members PepNet Technologies offer a free E-Waste
Mobiles, Tablets/iPads, Computers, Laptops, Monitors, Keyboards, Mouse, Printers, Fax Machines,DVD/CD players and their related accessories
such as cables, chargers.
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Go to www.pepnet.com.au to book a drop off for small or book a collection for any large
PepNet are very passionate about sustainability and have integrated this philosophy into their
business activities and would like to encourage you to participate with them in their commitment to the environment by
offering a free e-waste disposal .
For further information please contact PepNet | Ph:(08) 9267 3333 or Dino Sheref at email@example.com