David Streeter

Owner & Manager

As the manager of one of Western Australia's oldest scrap metal businesses and a leader in the E-waste recycling industry, I specialise in providing comprehensive services for both domestic and commercial sectors. My expertise includes metal testing and offering processing advice to ensure clients extract maximum value from their scrap metal. I am committed to promoting education in responsible recycling practices within the community and industry, offering guidance and responsible avenues for material recycling.

Person holding a PCB wondering how to recycle PCBs

How to Recycle PCBs

Yes, PCBs can be recycled using methods like physical, thermal, and chemical recovery, as well as hydrometallurgy and mechanical separation. As the manager of one of Western Australia’s most established scrap metal businesses and a leader in the e-waste recycling industry, I’ve prepared this guide to help you understand how to recycle PCBs and what…

Can Stainless Steel Bottles Be Recycled?

You’ve probably bought a stainless steel bottle over the years to provide a durable, reusable, and healthier option for hydrating on the go. But now you have a collection of water bottles that have passed their prime. What do you do with your old ones? Can stainless steel bottles be recycled? Stainless steel bottles can…

E-waste recycler recycling an old TV

TV Recycling Guide: How to Dispose of Old TVs

Everyone knows that technology can change in the blink of an eye. Because of this, many Australians have an old box TV or plasma that’s been collecting dust for years. And since these older models are so outdated and cumbersome, you can’t drop these off at The Salvos. Not to worry! Recycling your old television…

After a battery is no longer usable because it seems that it will no longer hold a charge, it’s time to get rid of it.

Can Lithium Batteries Be Recycled?

Recycling is vital if we are going to curtail greenhouse gases and toxins that come from our landfills. However, not all recyclable materials should be treated in the same way. Batteries are considered hazardous waste and should never be tossed into the recycle bin because of the risks of fire or explosion. Lithium-ion batteries can…

To recycle your lithium batteries, you will need to take them to a specialist recycling centre.

How to Dispose of Lithium Batteries

Lithium and lithium-ion batteries power hundreds of products we come in contact with every day. The small and lightweight power sources make our devices, toys, and tools much easier to transport. However, as good as they are, you will need to recycle lithium batteries at some point. This guide will help you safely recycle these…