Welcome to Cyber Computer Recycling & Disposal

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The IT service lifecycle engulfs the life of an IT service, from planning and optimizing the IT service to support with the business strategy, through the design and delivery of the IT service, to its continuing operation and support.


Services we offer

E-Waste Recycling

E Waste Recycling Perth, Darwin, Adelaide

Cyber Computer Recycling & Disposal PTY. LTD. is an innovative corporation with advanced technological prowess that gives a certain edge to the recycling processes that we conduct at our labs...

Decommission of I.T Assets

Decommission of IT Assets | Electronic Waste Recycling Perth, Darwin, Adelaide

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!
STEP 1 - Uninstall and Remove Equipment
Our professional technicians will safely and promptly uninstall your equipment and remove it from the premises...

Onsite Deployment of I.T Assets

Onsite Deployment of IT Assets | Computer Recycling Perth, Darwin, Adelaide

Here at Cyber Computer Recycling & Disposal PTY. LTD., we are committed to administering the best and consistent customer service facilities for our clients across Australia. This is only possible...


July 11, 2020

Global electronic waste up 21% in five years, and recycling isn’t keeping up

Each year, the total amount of electric and electronic equipment the world uses grows by 2.5 million tonnes. Phones, radios, toys, laptops – if it has a power or battery supply it’s likely to join a growing mountain of “e-waste” after use.

May 27, 2020

Solar panel recycling: Turning ticking time bombs into opportunities

Australia has certainly demonstrated its appetite for solar power. Now, with the average lifespan of a solar panel being approximately 20 years, many installations from the early 2000’s are set to reach end-of-life. Will they end up in landfill or be recycled?

March 30, 2020

New technologies to recycle electronic waste

Our connected consumer society generates a lot of electronic waste, around 50 million tonnes per year worldwide. It is even currently the waste that shows the strongest growth from one year to the next. The value of the raw materials included in this waste is estimated at 50-60 billion euros, depending on materials prices.

February 3, 2020

US and EU laws show Australia’s Right to Repair moment is well overdue

Australians are buying more and more gadgets and devices. Our homes and workplaces seemed to be filled with smart phones, drones, Fitbits, internet- connected fridges, air-conditioners that turn off when people leave the room: anything that makes our lives more convenient.

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