From where and from whom do you collect E-Waste?

Discarded electronic devices come to us from many sources including businesses, government, individuals and, even, waste pickers. Businesses provide the biggest volumes and we frequently collect E-Waste from them. Consumers sometimes bring their discarded equipment directly to us (in Johannesburg, Durban or Cape Town) but they usually just drop it into one of our bins at a Makro store near them.

Government is a bit more difficult. Potentially, the total volumes are as big or bigger than business but individual departments and entities make their own arrangements by going out on tender.

From where and from whom do you collect E-Waste?

Discarded electronic devices come to us from many sources including businesses, government, individuals and, even, waste pickers. Businesses provide the biggest volumes and we frequently collect E-Waste from them. Consumers sometimes bring their discarded equipment directly to us (in Johannesburg, Durban or Cape Town) but they usually just drop it into one of our bins at a Makro store near them.

Government is a bit more difficult. Potentially, the total volumes are as big or bigger than business but individual departments and entities make their own arrangements by going out on tender.

From where and from whom do you collect E-Waste?

Discarded electronic devices come to us from many sources including businesses, government, individuals and, even, waste pickers. Businesses provide the biggest volumes and we frequently collect E-Waste from them. Consumers sometimes bring their discarded equipment directly to us (in Johannesburg, Durban or Cape Town) but they usually just drop it into one of our bins at a Makro store near them.

Government is a bit more difficult. Potentially, the total volumes are as big or bigger than business but individual departments and entities make their own arrangements by going out on tender.