Upcycle   Battery Recycling  

  • Unit 1, 321 Neilson St, Onehunga, Auckland, 1061

About Us

Upcycle is an ISO certified Electronic waste recycling company based in South Auckland. We are dedicated to diverting as much electronic waste from landfill by reusing and recycling as much as possible. We provide services such as collection of e-waste, e-waste disposal and recycling, data destruction, equipment refurbishing and battery recycling.

Secondhand Dealers
and
Pawnbrokers License

Secondhand Dealers and Pawnbrokers License

Solid Waste
Facility License

Solid Waste Facility License

Solid Waste
Collector License

Solid Waste Collector License

ISO 9001
Quality Management System

ISO 9001 Quality Management System

ISO 14001
Environmental Management System

ISO 14001 Environmental Management System

SAVE OUR LAND. IF WE DON'T, WHO WILL??

Our Company Promise

Being a responsible and a reliable recycler, we realize the important values of the materials within the electronic waste.
Without a proper recycling process valuable resources cannot be recovered and it will only bring negative impact to human health and our environment.
Our team is constantly engaged in research to refine and improve our processes to be in sync with the changing rules and regulations of New Zealand. We strive to keep 100% of all e-waste out of our landfill!

What is considered E-Waste?

More than just outdated cell phones, E-Waste is any electronic waste that is no longer wanted or is now obsolete, whether it works or not.
To put it simply, E-Waste is anything with a plug or battery that is not wanted any more.

Why is E-Waste a growing problem?

Increasing consumer demand electrical and electronic items such as computers, flat screen televisions, mobile phones, etc. has escalated at an alarming rate.
The damaging environmental impact of E-Waste going to landfill is immense.
Electrical items contain a number of toxic contaminants which, if dumped into landfill sites will eventually leach out of the earth, water and atmosphere with serioud potential repercussions for our environment and our health.
If not for us, then for our children and our grandchildren.