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Whitegoods

What to do with it?

Clothes dryers are classified as e-waste.


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.

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?

Dishwashers are classified as e-waste.


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.

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?

Freezers are classified as e-waste.


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.

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?

Fridges are classified as e-waste.


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.

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?

Microwaves 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?

Ovens are classified as e-waste.


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.

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?

Stoves are classified as e-waste.


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.

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?

Washing machines are classified as e-waste.


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.

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?

Whitegoods such as stoves, fridges and dryers are classified as e-waste.


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.

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.