2-6 Toogood Avenue
Beverley SA 5009
Service description: The City of Charles Sturt and DHL Supply Chain have established South Australia’s first Drop-Zone to recycle your old TVs and computers for free.
This service is for households and small businesses ONLY.
You do not need to live or work in the City of Charles Sturt to use this service.
A maximum of 15 items will be accepted. Schools and larger businesses will need to make their own private arrangements.
No accreditation or association membership details have been provided.
Fees do not apply
NO Pick-up available
Additional information: This is a Paintback site.
Paintback is a cost-effective solution for households and trade painters to remove unwanted paint and packaging. This program is the first such national program in the world to be developed and voluntary run by the paint industry. More than a million litres of unwanted paint has been diverted from landfill in the first year.
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We need your feedback! You could win one of two $500 JB Hi-Fi gift vouchers by completing our Business Recycling User Survey before Friday 31 May 2019.Go to survey.