of televisions and computers reached end-of-life in Australia in 2014–15 according to estimates.
of this amount - around 35% - was the Industry's target for recycling under the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme.
was actually recycled under the scheme in 2014–15 - 1.7% more than the target.
collection services were provided to the public. These included longer-term services, such as drop off points at major electronics retailers and local government waste transfer stations, as well as temporary collection events.
TV and computer companies were identified as liable parties with obligations under the scheme. 127 of these parties had met their obligation to join and fund a co-regulatory arrangement by 30 June 2015.