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Second Hand

What to do with it?

Amplifiers are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Geelong or Drysdale Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres for disposal. Fees will apply.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

Blenders are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Bread Makers are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres for disposal. Fees will apply.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

Cassette players are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres for disposal. Fees will apply.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

Charities perform an important roll in the recycling and reusing process.


Did you know?

Charitable organisations accept high quality second-hand furniture, clothing, books and household items in good condition.

Donate items that are in good and useable condition. Otherwise, charities will have to spend precious resources in rubbish removal of unusable donated items, money that would otherwise be spent on programs and services.

Before packing the car with household goods to donate to charity:

  • Always contact a charity before donating to verify that it will accept your items.
  • Some charities are willing to pick items up others require donors to drop them off.
  • Organisations that pick up items set their own schedules and may not be immediately available to come to your house.


What to do with it?

Clothes in good condition can be donated to charities.

Clothes should not be placed in your yellow lid recycling bin.

Clothes not suitable for reuse can be placed in your red lid bin.


Did you know?

When donating clothes to charities it is best to drop off during business hours.

Some charities provide bags and do residential collection. Keep an eye out information in your letter box.



What to do with it?

Coffee machines are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Compact disks players are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres for disposal. Fees will apply.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

Take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres for disposal. Fees will apply.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

DVD players are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Electric fans are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Food mixers are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Food processors are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Hairdryers are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Irons are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Kettles are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres for disposal. Fees will apply.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

Free to take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres for recycling.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

Drop off for free at the Resource Recovery Centre for recycling.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

These can be dropped off for free at the Geelong Resource Recovery Centre.


Did you know?

The Geelong Resource Recovery Centre accepts a wide variety of items including old computers, televisions and whitegoods for free.



What to do with it?

These can be dropped off for free at the Geelong Resource Recovery Centre.


Did you know?

The Geelong Resource Recovery Centre accepts a wide variety of items including old computers, televisions and whitegoods for free.



What to do with it?

Rice cookers are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centre.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres for disposal. Fees will apply.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

Slow cookers are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres for disposal. Fees will apply.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

Stereo equipment and speakers are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Toasters are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres for disposal. Fees will apply.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

VHS video players are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.



What to do with it?

Take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres for disposal. Fees apply.


Did you know?

Alternatively, residents are now able to have their bulky household items picked up from their property.

For more details on booking and what items can be included visit the hard waste page.



What to do with it?

Xbox consoles are classified as e-waste and cannot be placed in any kerbside collection bins.


Did you know?

They can be dropped off for free at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres.

Take your e-waste to a better place. Find out more.