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WHAT CAN BE REUSED?
Great question! - Decommissioned devices, are usually between one and four years old - This is perfect! The important thing to keep in mind, is that they depreciate quickly. For example; An iPhone loses $8 per month in value sitting in storage - A bit like melting chocolate - don't handle them too long. The quicker they are assessed & data erased for reuse, the more fresh healthy meals SecondBite can deliver. As a quick guide, this is what can easily be reused. For more information, contact us.
SMARTPHONES & TABLETS:
- All working smartphones & tablets. Those with cracked or smashed screens are ok.
- Non working smartphones & tablets can be recycled for parts using environmental processes, we'll take those too!
DESKTOPS, SCREENS AND LAPTOPS:
- All working MAC & PC Desktops and monitors up to 4-5 years old
- All working MAC & PC laptops up to 4-5 years old
- Non working desktops and laptops will be recycled using environmental processes
- You'll be surprised what else we can re-use if it is less than 5 years old and in good condition - landline telephony, GPS systems, servers, switches and more. Just ask us!!
WHAT CAN BE RECYCLED?
PonyUp partners with MRI who are a Commonwealth Government co-regulatory supplier under the Australian Product Stewardship Act. This means we don't charge recycling fees for items covered under the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS)
Free you say? What's covered under the NTCRS? - Well the T is for Television and the C for Computer (laptop and desktop), so they are definitely covered, as well as servers, switches, peripherals (mice, keyboards, cords), printers, faxes, scanners, hard drives, USBs, phones and tablets.
We can provide you a quote for other e-waste you would like disposed of including server racks, monitor arms, DVD and CD players, appliances, landline telephony and game consoles.