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Lioncom Extends Green Day to Green Month

By kapa - 10 September 2009 5

September 2009 is Green Month @ Lioncom

The general public and businesses can drop off old computing equipment for FREE.

Taking advantage of the Free PC Recycling Month
Simply drop off surplus computer equipment at the Fyshwick Collection Centre, located at 8 Pirie St, Fyshwick.

For Businesses and Government Departments:
All of  September 2009, Monday to Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm – Bulk Loads will be accepted

For further information:
Ph. 02 6239 3444
Fax. 02 6239 3445
Email. disposals@lioncom.com.au

WHAT CAN I BRING FOR RECYCLING?
Any brand of computer, laptop, monitor, scanner, printer and computer-related peripherals, cable ,TVs, video players, stereos and mobile phones. 

PLEASE DO NOT BRING:
Whitegoods, damaged e-waste, contaminated equipment or other hazardous waste. 
Staff have the right to refuse items deemed unacceptable.

What’s Your opinion?


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5 Responses to
Lioncom Extends Green Day to Green Month
housebound 4:52 pm 11 Sep 09

There you go – our monitors weren’t damaged or broken. They just didn’t quite work for these ageing eyes any more.

kapa 11:38 am 11 Sep 09

Damaged and broken CRT monitors is what mainly constitutes damaged e-waste, the rest of the stuff is ok, I just made a phone call to lioncom, to answer the above question… sure beats speculating.

housebound 9:15 am 11 Sep 09

They took our old CRT monitors for us without question and even unloaded them from the car. There were pallet-loads of CRT monitors, ready to go somewhere. I hope it wasn’t China.

Obviously, they’re making enough from the good stuff to cover their costs of disposing of the bad.

dvaey 10:26 pm 10 Sep 09

Inappropriate said :

What constitutes “damaged”?

That depends if they plan on refurbishing or recycling. If they plan on refurbishing they probably wont take anything physically damaged. If they plan on recycling, the only ‘damage’ I could imagine getting in their way would be something like corrosion or contamination.

The way they only ask for undamaged goods, it does seem like this is more of a refurbishing excercise than a recycling excercise though.

Inappropriate 4:46 pm 10 Sep 09

What constitutes “damaged”?

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