Don't let mobiles go to landfill or gather dust in a drawer! Help address the e-waste epidemic by recycling your used mobile phones and accessories. Simply drop them off at a MobileMuster collection point, post them in using a free recycling satchel from Australia Post, or download a free reply paid label from the MobileMuster website.
Mobile phones and mobile batteries cannot be recycled in your council recycling bins.
If your mobile is still working and you would like it to be reused, you could have it repaired, pass it on to family or friends, donate it to a charity, or sell it to a company that offers cash for old mobiles phones.
Council services for Mobile Phones
City of Mandurah has not listed any locations where you can recycle your mobile phones.
Drop off locations for Mobile Phones
5 drop off businesses match on Mobile Phones within approx 60km of Mandurah WA
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Pick up locations for Mobile Phones
23 pick up businesses match your query on Mobile Phones
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|Business Name||Details||Picks up||Fees||Approved||Provider|
|Oz Recycle - Australian Online Recyclers Community||Our service is Internet based. All Pick-ups are arrange...||Nationally||Free|
|Computersource Logistics PTY Ltd||We offer a national pick up service. The cost is depend...||Nationally (Metro Area Only)||May apply|
|SRS Recycling Pty Ltd||Pick up of bulk quantities only.||Nationally WA (Metro Area Only)||May apply|
|MRI (Aust) Pty Ltd||Click Business Name for details||Nationally||May apply|
|TES-AMM Australia Pty Ltd||Pick up of commercial quantities only.||Nationally||May apply|
|Total Green Recycling||Pickup available for commercial quantities only||WA||May apply|
|Alfatek Enterprises (Aust) Pty. Ltd.||Pickup service available for commercial (bulk) quantiti...||WA (Metro Area Only)||May apply|
|Buyequip Pty Ltd||Click Business Name for details||Nationally||May apply|
|Three60 eWaste Recycling Perth WA||Pickup Fee: $50 Per Cubic Meter applies for transport a...||WA (Metro Area Only)||Free|
|cashAphone||Send it to us - FreePost! Enter your details on our we...||Nationally||Free|
|PENTAQ Technology Pty Ltd||Click Business Name for details||Nationally||May apply|
|ReuseMoose.com||Click Business Name for details||Nationally||Free|
|BuyMyTronics Australia||We will supply a reply paid envelope.||Nationally||Free|
|PhoneCycle||Collection is by free post or courier. Please visit our...||Nationally||Free|
|Shred-X Document Destruction & Australian Paper Recycling||Services available from a "One Off" collection through ...||Nationally||May apply|
|eCycleCorp Pty Ltd||Bulk quantities||Nationally||May apply|
|Top Dollar Mobile||For mobile selling with the quantity of 10 or less, we ...||Nationally||Free|
|ANZ Asset Managment||Bookings are essential for Commercial and Office pick-u...||Nationally (Metro Area Only)||May apply|
|Dodd & Dodd Group||Click Business Name for details||WA||May apply|
|Batteries Plus||Click Business Name for details||WA (Metro Area Only)||Free|
|CashAphone||Click Business Name for details||Nationally||Free|
|REMONDIS Australia Pty Ltd||REMONDIS collects recycling and waste streams in bins r...||Nationally||May apply|
|Sims E-Recycling||Click Business Name for details||WA||May apply|
About Mobile Phones
- It is estimated that 26 million mobile phones are in use in Australia. There are potentially 19 million defunct or unused mobile phones.
- Over 90% of the materials in mobile phones can be recovered to make new products. The gold, silver, copper, nickel, cadmium and plastics in the mobiles can be turned into jewellery, stainless steel, batteries and plastic fence posts and pallets. The mobile phone industry claims that you can recover the same amount of gold from 50,000 handsets as from mining 110 tonnes of gold ore.
Importance of Recycling Mobile Phones
- Throwing old mobiles into landfill can potentially be dangerous. Heavy metals such as the cadmium in the batteries could leach into the environment.
More Information on Mobile Phone Recycling Programs:
- MobileMuster is the official mobile phone industry recycling program. It is a not for profit program that is run by AMTA (Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association) and is funded solely by its members who pay a levy on every handset they ship into Australia.
- All mobile phones and sim cards handed in to MobileMuster for recycling are completely destroyed during the recycling process.
- ARP has a mobile phone recycling program that helps raise money for various charities.