12 Rectangle Street
Nordyk Park
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ECYCLE

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ECYCLE makes RECYCLING of E-WASTE EASY!

ECYCLE ELECTRONIC RECYCLING (PTY) Ltd. is dedicated to the recycling of all forms of electric and electronic waste (e-waste) and proudly operates according to the standards of the e-Waste Association of South Africa (eWASA).

So what exactly is e-waste?

In short: if it has a plug or runs on batteries and is broken or unwanted it classifies as e-waste. E-waste is currently the fastest growing waste stream in Southern Africa! Be kind to Mother Nature, look after the earth's natural resources, help preserve the ozone layer and lower your carbon footprint

Support ECYCLE.

It’s easy: ECYCLE has a FREE COLLECTION SERVICE or you could conveniently deliver your e-waste to an ECYCLE DROP OFF POINT. Mother Nature will thank you.

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