COVID-19 response

As of Monday 18 May, the Civic Centre in Port Adelaide is open to the public.  Information about the opening of Council facilities is available here
For more detailed information about particular services that may have been impacted due to restrictions click here

Please contact us by phone 8405 6600, complete a request via our website or email

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Electronic Waste

Electronic waste is banned from landfill as it contains valuable resources that can be recycled and toxic materials that can harm the environment if disposed of incorrectly.

TV's, computers and computing equipment - disposal

There are free drop off points for TV's, computers and computing equipment.

Unplug and Drop Cage

To find your local unplug and drop cage, please visit

Mobile phone and accessories recycling

The Civic Centre and all Port Adelaide Enfield's libraries are muster points for mobile phone recycling. Simply place your old mobile phones, chargers and earphones in the tubes provided for recycling. For more information on Mobile Muster including other muster point locations, please visit mobile musters website.

Smoke alarm disposal

In South Australia a maximum of two domestic ionisation smoke alarms can be legally disposed in the general waste bin during a seven day period.

Items accepted:

  • TV's - Analogue, LCD and Flat Screens
  • Computers- Monitors and Towers
  • Printers, Scanners, Keyboards and Mice
  • Other electronic items

Electronic waste including TV's, computers, hair dryers, toasters can be collected through Council's Free Residential Hard Waste Collection Service. For further information on the hard waste collection service please click here.

Please note solar panels cannot be collected as part of Council's Free Residential Hard Waste Collection Service.

For further information regarding Council's Waste and Recycling Services please contact the Waste Line.
Freecall 1800 777 844