Lighting & e-waste recycling services

If you’ve got lighting, batteries or e-waste that need recycling, let Australia’s biggest mercury recycler tailor the perfect solution for you.

We can arrange easy, convenient collection solutions tailored to meet your unique needs, and meet environmental targets. Plus, we have recycling facilities all over Australia.

Learn more about our specific recycling services below:

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Fluorescent lamp and mercury lighting waste recycling

Ecocycle provides a full lighting recycling service from supply of boxes and stillages, through to pick-up and provision of recycling certificates, in one of our lamp recycling facilities all over the country.

If you’ve got lighting waste, let Australia’s largest lighting and mercury recycler tailor the perfect solution for you.


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Battery waste recycling and recovery

Ecocycle recycles all types of batteries to safely recover mercury, lead, silver, nickel, cadmium, steel and plastic.

Whatever your needs, your battery waste specialist will work out the best waste collection solution for you.


E-Waste Recycling

E-waste recycling and recovery

We collect and recycle all types of e-waste (electronic waste) including computers, televisions, mobile phones and game consoles. Additionally, your old hard drives are disposed of in a way to wipe old data, keeping your privacy safe.


Speak with a lighting and e-waste recycling specialist today

Call us on 1300 32 62 92 Fill out the form below & your recycling specialist will tailor the perfect solution for your needs:

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