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National Recycling Week 2021


Green Living in Casey

We are pleased to offer the following free education and recycling events to celebrate National Recycling Week 2021 (8-14 November) in the City of Casey.

All events are free, however bookings are essential. Please use the provided session links.

Questions can be directed to the Waste Education Team on 9705 5200 or 


Online Recycling Information Sessions 

Hear from our engaging Waste Education Team on how to Recycle Right and reduce waste at home.

Available sessions:

Collect a Free Kitchen Caddy

Book in to “click and collect” a kitchen caddy to help you divert your foodscraps from your garbage bin to your fortnightly food and garden waste bin.


  • Collection will be from a site in Narre Warren. Address will be provided upon booking.
  • Caddies are only available for those with a Food and Garden Waste bin service living in City of Casey.
  • One caddy per household. 

Available sessions 

Drive Through Recycling Drop-off Day

Got a stockpile of e-waste or polystyrene after lockdown and receiving online deliveries? Book a time to drop these items off for free!


  • Conditions apply to the specific items we will collect. Please view the list below.
  • Recycling drop-off will be from a site in Narre Warren. Address will be provided upon booking. 
  • All e-waste collected will be recycled as part of the Federal Government’s National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS).
  • You can also use this link to book to collect a kitchen caddy at the same time.
  • The recycling drop-off day and caddies are only available to residents in the City of Casey.
  • Caddies are also only available to those with a Food and Garden Waste service. 

Due to huge demand, all sessions are now booked out

  • Saturday 13 November 10.00 am – 3.00 pm

Acceptable E-Waste

Please remove all small batteries where possible (eg AA and AAA). Built in batteries are allowed.

All devices will be pulled apart and separated for recycling and any information will be securely destroyed. It is good practice to remove all personal information and ensure you have back ups of important files from any device before parting with it. Once dropped off there is no way to get your item or information back.

  • Flatscreen TV's 
  • TV's 
  • Scanners 
  • Printers 
  • Hard Drives 
  • Keyboards
  • Webcams 
  • Mouse 
  • Laptops 
  • Monitors
  • All models and brands 

Acceptable small household electrical appliances

  • Toasters 
  • Kettles 
  • Hairdryers 
  • Power tools with cord or batteries 
  • Lamps (remove globe)
  • Electronic musical instruments
  • Electronic children’s toys (no ride-in cars)
  • Anything with a cord or battery 

Acceptable polystyrene

  • Expanded polystyrene blocks and sheets



Unacceptable e-waste


  • No fridge, freezers or large items that can't be lifted by one person. 
  • No loose household batteries or car batteries
  • No Hazardous or dangerous goods

Unacceptable polystyrene

  • No foam bags, beanbag beans/balls, foam sheeting or wrap