Scrap Metals Recycling



Stainless Steel



We buy scrap metals. Best rates!

What is Scrap Metals Recycling?

Often trades people find themsleves old scrap metal from the various jobs they are involved with. These metals can be recycled to be reused after being refined. eWastec pays great rates for these metals and they are conveniently located in Seaford, not far from Frankston, Dandenong or Cranbourne.

Contact eWastec to arrange for your scrap metals to be recycled


Due to the volumes that are acquired from the disassembly process of eWaste, we have created a scrap metal division within our business. eWastec will purchase high value scrap metals and lead acid batteries from reputable companies and individuals at current market rates.

We will require photo identification upon purchase and under no circumstances will we purchase scrap metal if we believe that it has been acquired illegally.

For more information on how to recycle your scrap metal or lead acid batteries with us please call on 1300 85 93 84 or email

Benefits of eWaste Recycling

Recycling your eWaste benefits both the environment and local community in a number of ways. The following are just a few reasons to consider eWaste recycling:

  • Electronics contain a number of valuable materials that can be recovered and repurposed to make new products, which saves energy, reduces pollution, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and saves resources by extracting fewer raw materials from the earth.
  • Landfill space in Australia is an ongoing consideration. By recycling your eWaste, valuable landfill space can be saved.
  • eWaste recycling reduces the chance of toxic chemicals such as lead and mercury being released and causing damage to the environment and harm to people who come into contact with them.
  • Recycling your eWaste also benefits the community by passing on refurbished equipment to those who need it, and creating local jobs for recyclers and refurbishers.

Why Choose eWastec?

“Earth conscious. Community focused.”

At eWastec we have more than 20 years’ experience in the recycling industry. We moved into electronics recycling in August 2015 in an effort to help combat the growing eWaste problem in Australia. We now focus primarily on the recycling of television, computer and other IT waste products to ensure the impact of eWaste on our environment is diminished.

We also provide sustainable employment for people in the community with disabilities through our disability program. Our employees manually processes all of the eWaste that we receive, ensuring the integrity of the downstream commodities whilst maximising the recovery rate.



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People with disabilities employed


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