Many schools have been confused about the eWaste collection service offerings available and as a result, storerooms have been filled with older, out-dated computer equipment that is no longer fit for their needs. So to help clear the confusion, the T4L team contacted each of our contracted vendors of standard computer devices, to get clear details of how their free collection service works. What they will and won't collect and how to access the service, regardless of where you are located in NSW. Each of the four vendor's offerings is different, so it's important to clearly understand what their service covers. Remember, since 2015, every Acer, Apple, Dell and HP device purchased via EdBuy or through T4L or RAG rollouts, includes a "takeback" component in the purchase price. So take a look at what you have that needs to be disposed of through an eWaste service and then compare the offerings of each vendor with this handy two-page PDF document. Of course, these are not the only eWaste options available to schools. Every Officeworks store and many local councils offer a free drop-off service. Also remember that Battery World freely accepts the drop-off of any kinds of loose batteries. Finally, one school's eWaste could be another school's eTreasure - particularly if it still works! Why not post details on Yammer's Used Technology Wanted and Available community?