E-Waste Management

Where to Recycle E-Waste

E-Waste Recycling Programmes for Individuals / Households

As an individual or as part of a household, you are encouraged to make use of e-waste recycling programmes voluntarily offered by industry stakeholders. Simply drop off your e-waste at the recycling points to properly recycle your e-waste. Learn about our partner programmes below.

*To reduce the risk of short-circuits and creation of fire hazard, please tape the ends or wires of rechargeable batteries before recycling them. 

Find the E-waste Collection Points near you from the map below or the List of E-waste Collection Points.

Trading or donation of used goods in working condition can be performed at these Collection Centres.

Click on the e-waste recycling programmes below to find out more.

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Scheme for E-waste

A regulated e-waste management system, based on the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) approach, has commenced from 1 July 2021. Under the system, producers bear the responsibility for the collection and treatment of their products when they reach end-of-life. This EPR system has been implemented through the Resource Sustainability Act (RSA), administered by the NEA.

ALBA E-waste Smart Recycling Pte Ltd ("ALBA") has been appointed as the Producer Responsibility Scheme (PRS) Operator for a period of five years, from 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2026 to collect regulated consumer electrical and electronic waste across Singapore for proper treatment and recycling on behalf of producers.

Where to Recycle: 

  • E-waste recycling bins deployed by ALBA across Singapore in public areas such as town centres, shopping malls, government buildings, Residents’ Committee Centres, community centres, supermarkets and retail outlets
  • Retailer in-store collection service (via a bin or over-the-counter collection), which is open to the public to dispose of their e-waste1, with or without the purchase of any product or service from the retailer.
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    Members of the public can deposit regulated ICT equipment, bulb/lamps and batteries of any brand or model at the e-waste recycling bins placed at retail outlets supplying products of the same type as the e-waste accepted by the bin. 
  • E-waste collection drives held in residential areas on a quarterly basis for residents to drop off their e-waste (refer to ALBA's website or ALBA STEP UP mobile app for the schedule)
  • Free one-for-one takeback of unwanted regulated consumer product of the same type upon delivery by retailers (e.g. free takeback of unwanted washing machine upon delivery of a new one by the retailer)
  • Bulky items removal service provided by town councils
  • Doorstep collection provided by ALBA at a fee (refer to ALBA's website or ALBA STEP UP mobile app for the fees)
  • Drop off at ALBA's depot at 20 Tuas Loop, Singapore 637350

Please refer to ALBA's website, ALBA STEP UP mobile app or NEA’s E-waste EPR page for further details on the scheme.

What to Recycle:

ALBA's e-bins

The following types of e-wastes can be disposed at ALBA's e-bins. Other types of e-wastes such as small household appliances (e.g. rice cooker, vacuum machine, microwave oven) and medical devices are not accepted. Bulky e-waste that do not fit into bin's openings are not to be placed outside the bin.

Type of e-bin ICT Equipment Batteries Bulbs and Lamps
3-in-1 bin (ICT, Batteries and Lamps) Printers, power banks, computers, laptops, mobile phones & tablets, modems, routers, set-top boxes, small TVs & desktop monitors).

Devices must be able to fit through a 500mm x 250mm slot.
Batteries (AA, AAA, AAAA, D, C, 9-volt, Button Cell only) with battery circumference of no more than 50mm.
Light bulbs with bulb circumference of no more than 100mm.

Long fluorescent/LED tubes are not accepted. Please dispose them through ALBA's collection drives or doorstep collection.
2-in-1 bin (Batteries and Lamps only) Not accepted. Batteries (AA, AAA, AAAA, D, C, 9-volt, Button Cell only) are accepted. Bulbs and lamps are accepted.

Long fluorescent/LED tubes are not accepted. Please dispose them through ALBA's collection drives or doorstep collection.
Batteries only bin Not accepted. Batteries (AA, AAA, AAAA, D, C, 9-volt, and Button Cell only. Not accepted.


ALBA's collection events and doorstep collection

  • ICT equipment (Printers, power banks, computers & laptops, mobile phones & tablets, network & set-top boxes, desktop monitors).
  • Large household appliances (Air-conditioners, dryers, refrigerators, televisions, washing machines)
  • Electric mobility devices (Personal mobility devices, power-assisted bicycles, electric mobility scooters).
  • Batteries (AA, AAA, AAAA, D, C, 9-volt, Button Cell, standalone rechargeable batteries, electric vehicle batteries).
  • Light Bulbs, long or circular fluorescent/LED tubes.
Project Homecoming - Ink & Toner Cartridge Recycling Programme

Singapore's first joint printer brand ink and toner cartridge recycling initiative is led by Canon and Epson, and supported by TES, the National Library Board (NLB) and NEA.

Where to Recycle: Refer to the Project Homecoming website for a list of locations of Project Homecoming boxes

What to Recycle: All ink and toner cartridges, regardless of brand

Recycling Partner: TES