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​​WHAT IS E-WASTE?

 

Electronic waste (e-waste) or Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) are the terms used to describe old, end-of-life or discarded appliances using electricity. It includes computers, consumer electronics, batteries etc. which have been disposed of by their original users. 

 

WHAT DO I DO WITH MY E-WASTE?

Do you have old, written-off computers, monitors and batteries lying around or clogging up cupboards? The IT Division has implemented a temporary e-waste depot on campus where e-waste will be aggregated for free pickup and disposal by contractors who specialise in the refurbishment, reuse and safe disposal of e-waste.


Read more about the E-waste initiative.​​


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HOW TO GET RID OF PERSONAL E-WASTE

Personal e-waste is welcome, but must be delivered 
to the IT Department, room 110.

STELLENBOSCH CAMPUS

Contact Person: Clive Layman

Email: clive@sun.ac.za

 

BELVILLE PARK CAMPUS

Contact person: Janine Calvert-Wood - Administrator

Information Technology

Email: janinecw@belpark.sun.ac.za

 

TYGERBERG CAMPUS

Contact Person: Kevin Vermaak

IT Manager Tygerberg

Email: kvermaak@sun.ac.za

  

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