As of 14 April we will operate under COVID-19 Orange setting.
Well fitting masks must be worn in the building. Those with a mask exemption will be served outside the building.
A Vaccine Pass is not required.
If it is possible make use of courier services for sending and receiving.
We are now accepting face masks for recycling.
For official information visit the Government COVID-19 website.
DO NOT DUMP ITEMS AND DO NOT SEND UNSOLICITED PARCELS
We have had a number of cases where items for recycling are sent without contact information, dumped at our premises, or left in the letterbox.
PLEASE CONTACT US BEFORE SENDING OR LEAVING ANY ITEMS WITH US.
There is a cost to you for our recycling services. Many items have low scrap value and also require processing for achieving a good environmental outcome.
Bulk lots of antistatic bags, motherboard boxes, and HDD storage receptacles.
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Tag Archives: humour
After a decade of slow demand the market for second hand paint pails has strengthened. Market analysts working in the second hand paint pail market have seen a supply side issue. This appears to be largely due to a shortage … Continue reading
<humour> This is a reference chart for plug pinouts. We can rely on xkcd to give us some good, reliable information. </humour>
Given the amount of stuff coming through for recycling from our corporate clients this pretty much sums it up. Save
I was doing some searching on the internet for images of microwave oven parts when good old Google offered up this patent in amongst the search results. It was a patent for a method of wiring up microwave ovens filed … Continue reading
I’ll probably get in trouble with everyone about the title of this post but at least it got your attention. Anyway, as a technician I do a lot of screwing (we are only talking about screwdrivers here ok) so having … Continue reading
And boy, just how things have changed! Like a lot of good cartoons this one speaks volumes. It highlights societal change over generations. It shows the increasing environmental awareness amongst the younger generation. It shows the cycle from new product … Continue reading
The title will probably raise another “what on earth has this got to do with Ecotech Services” question so let me explain. I was doing a bit of research on manganese dioxide, one of the materials in alkaline batteries, when … Continue reading
Here is another cartoon from Alex Hallatt’s Arctic Circle that is related to the work we do.
This scam arrived in my inbox: (spam links removed) Hi My name is Prof. Dr. Richard Goran, “Gentlemen, finance me and help me improve this and all the planet will afford energy”. Here’s what 71 year old Dustin Grey from … Continue reading