We will be encouraging the public to clear out their drawers, sheds and garages of any e-waste they can find. We know that many people have piles of wires, old phones, re-chargers, flat screens, computers, TVs, toasters, kettles and even larger items such as washing machines, fridges and dishwashers.



There will be collection vehicles for E-waste in many prominent locations around their local area such as car parks at schools, shopping centres and community centres. A man with a van will also be arranged to collect bulky waste from households.


  • We plan to make it easy for the public to get rid of their e-waste responsibly.
  • We’ll maximise re-use wherever possible and recycle the rest.
  • We’ll provide learning materials for schools, colleges, universities and the community
  • We’ll contribute to charities and local community projects
  • We’ll use the money we make to fund the CLEAN UP Campaign.

We aim to reduce the amount of e-waste, repair and reuse as much as possible and efficiently recycle the rest.

E-Waste in Drawers

Hoarding e-waste in drawers, cupboards and garages, often for years and years means that when we do eventually throw them away, no-one else is likely to want them – they’ll be completely out of date.

Chargers and Cables

How many of us have lost track of which charger or which wire goes with what product? One of the challenges of promoting reuse is encouraging people to keep all the related e-equipment together when they’re thrown out.

Re-Use everyday chargers and cables

We should be pulling out everyday chargers, cables and individual components for spare parts to save valuable raw materials, as well as the energy and water used in the manufacturing process.

Securing wiping hard drive contents

E for Good understands the importance of hard drive data wiping to provide peace of mind and guarantee that your sensitive data will be managed and destroyed safely.