Along with the rapid growth of emerging advanced technological goods, there is an unprecedented increase in E-waste Sydney. They have social, economic and ecological impacts on the ecosystem when disposed of irresponsibly.
The 1×2 rule
The one-two rule, also known as the one-in-two rule, advises that for any new material you carry home, you can still hand away two unused bits at home.
Loops Tied Up
You should still send them away to recycling centres if you have outdated computer device cables. That you do not need, because they sit somewhere in a drawer.
Maintain the confidentiality of your data
Before recycling them, never fail to clean out essential or personal files stored on your old computers. Don’t risk your confidentiality.
If you have functional electronics, but you don’t need them anymore, you can still donate them to neighbours or friends who are willing to have them.
Organize the appliances in the house
Some of the facilities we randomly purchased at the shops could be tucked away at home and stashed in a cabinet somewhere.
Locate Recycling Centres nearby
This will make you comprehend where you need to take your used electronics if you have to dispose of them.
Using your old smartphone as a device for GPS
You should still carry it in your car and use it as a designated GPS unit, instead of tossing away your old cell phone.
Events for recycling
You may search online or from a newspaper for recycling activities in your area. Where you can carry your equipment if you have any stuff at home that needs recycling.