Find What You’re Looking For On Our New Website

Since our change of ownership earlier this year we’ve been working hard to re-commission equipment, process the backlog of waste left by the former owners and restore Ecocycle to its position as Australia’s premier recycler of mercury. To compliment these changes behind the scenes, we’ve also created a brand new website.

The new website reflects our commitment to protecting the environment and providing an outstanding level of service to all of our customers. It focuses on the main industries that represent the biggest sources of mercury contamination in Australia:

But there’s more to us than that, so take a look around. Skim our news & media articles for stories on a range of topics that relate (sometimes strangely) to our focus areas. Want to know more about mercury, battery and e-waste recycling? Check out our downloads and FAQs. And take a look at our plans for our Learning Centre where students will be able to learn about recycling in a hands-on environment.

If you like what you see (and we hope you do), Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. More importantly, keep recycling. Tell your friends that there are better options than throwing old light globes into the rubbish bin, or flushing amalgam waste down the dentist’s sink.

Each gesture may be small, but together we really can make Australia cleaner and safer.

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