The Singtel x SingPost E-waste Recycling Programme, launched on World Environment Day, 5 June 2017, is a collaboration between the two leading ICT and postal companies as part of their environmental sustainability efforts.
Called ReCYCLE, the programme provides the means for people to do their part for the environment by recycling their mobile and internet related electronic waste such as mobile phones and chargers, laptops and tablets, modems and routers, and other related accessories like lithium batteries and cables.
These unwanted devices can be dropped off into the ReCYCLE bins at selected Singtel Shop and Singtel Exclusive Retailer outlets and Post Offices.
You can also ask for a ReCYCLE envelope from any Singtel Shop and Singtel Exclusive Retailer outlets, and Post Offices, and mail your mobile device and accessories at no charge as postage is waived.
This programme reduces waste as it ensures that the valuable metals and components the devices contain get recovered and a new lease of life. Otherwise, e-waste that is thrown away, including all the precious metals that it contains, will be incinerated and landfilled at Semakau Landfill.
IS THE DATA IN
SAFE WHEN SENT
Rest assured that all storage media devices like SIM cards, memory cards, USB flash drives and hard drives are safe for recycling. Cimelia, our e-waste recycling partner is a reputable and NEA-licensed company and as part of their corporate governance, undertakes proper recycling of all storage devices collected. They are only interested in extracting the precious metals from the devices, NOT the data that resides in them. All storage media devices like SIM cards, memory cards, USB flash drives and hard disks will be consolidated until a substantial volume is collected. They will then go through a crushing process for secure destruction.
SHOULD I RECYCLE
Did you know that almost 100% of the materials in your mobile phone can be recovered and recycled to generate energy or make new products, such as plastic products, electronics or even jewellery?
Every mobile phone contains significant amounts of copper, aluminium, gold, plastic and other non-metals that can be recycled and reused.
HOW CAN I RECYCLE
Gather your old mobile phones, accessories, chargers, cables, routers, tablets and laptops.
Back up the contents of the devices you intend to recycle, and format your devices. Remember to remove your old SIM cards and memory cards unless you wish to recycle them.
Drop off your devices in recycling bins located at selected Singtel Shop and Singtel Exclusive Retailer outlets, and Post Offices.
You can collect a ReCYCLE envelope from any Singtel Shop and Singtel Exclusive Retailer outlets, and Post Offices,
and post your e-waste at your own convenience (no postage required).
LOCATIONS WITH RECYCLING BINS
– All locations (Dimensions of mouth of Standard Bins – 220 x 80 mm)
* Bigger Bins – 660L
31 Exeter Road, Singapore 239732
63 Jurong Point West Central 3, #B1-98/99,Jurong Point Shopping Centre, Singapore 648331
4 Tampines Central 5 #02-13/14/15,
SINGTEL EXCLUSIVE RETAILER
311 New Upper Changi Road Bedok Mall #B1-02/02A Singapore 467360
1 Sengkang Square Compass 1 #B1-08
2 Orchard Turn #B4-22 Orchard Ion
1 Bukit Batok Central Link #01-31
Bukit Batok Central
1 Bukit Batok Central Link #05-09 West Mall, Singapore 658713
Block 15 Beach Road #01-4685,
General Post Office
10 Eunos Road 8, #01-123/124/125, SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600
10 Palm Avenue, Singapore 456532
54 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555950
Block 28 Tiong Bahru Road #01-141/147,
900 South Woodlands Drive #03-05/06 Woodlands Civic Centre, Singapore 730900
LOCK + STORE
6 Ayer Rajah Crescent, Singapore 139962
502 Chai Chee Lane, Singapore 469025
56 Serangoon North Ave 4, Singapore 555851
37 Keppel Rd, Singapore 089064
29 Tampines Street 92, Singapore 528879
11 Woodland Cl, Singapore 737853
11 North Buona Vista Drive #15-07, The Metropolis Tower 2,
Bukit View Secondary School
16 Bukit Batok Street 21,
205 Braddell Road
Energy Market Authority
991B Alexandra Road,
Evergreen Secondary School
11 Woodlands St 83,
2 Fusionopolis Way Innovis,
1 Fusionopolis Way Connexis,
60 Woodlands Industrial Park D, Street 2, Singapore 738406
470 Lor 6 Toa Payoh,
ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute
30 Heng Mui Keng Terrace,
8 Jurong Town Hall Road,
Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Secondary School
10 Bishan Street 13,
Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3
12 Marina Boulevard,
Marina Bay Link Mall
8A Marina Boulevard,
5 Ang Mo Kio Street 62,
One Raffles Quay
1 Raffles Quay,
Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Primary)
298 Lor Ah Soo,
Riverside Secondary School
3 Woodlands Street 81,
River Valley High School
6 Boon Lay Avenue,
Serangoon Community Club
10 Serangoon North Ave 2,
Singapore University of Social Sciences
461 Clementi Road (Blk B Level 1 and Blk C Level 1), Singapore 599491
Tanjong Katong Secondary School
130 Haig Rd, Singapore 438796
Woodlands Community Club
1 Woodlands St 81, Singapore 738526
Woodlands Secondary School
11 Marsiling Road, Singapore 739111
Woodlands Galaxy Community Club
31 Woodlands Ave 6,
Woodlands Zone 1 RC
Blk 832 Woodlands St 83 #01-65, Singapore 730832
Woodlands Zone 2 RC
Blk 846 Woodlands Ave 4 #01-612, Singapore 730846
Woodlands Zone 3 RC
Blk 876 Woodlands Ave 9 #01-256, Singapore 730876
Woodlands Zone 5 RC
Blk 708 Woodlands Dr 70,
Woodlands Zone 6 RC
Blk 728 Woodlands Circle #01-69, Singapore 730728
Woodlands Zone 7 RC
Blk 611 Woodlands Ring Rd #01-211, Singapore 730611
Woodlands Zone 8 RC
Blk 638 Woodlands Ring Rd
#01-49/51, Singapore 730638
Woodlands Zone 9 RC
Blk 656 Woodlands Ring Rd
#01-356/358/360, Singapore 730656
HOW THE RECYCLING PROCESS WORKS
All storage media devices like SIM cards, memory cards, USB flash drives and hard disks will be consolidated until a substantial volume is collected. They will then go through a crushing process for secure destruction.