After finding out that Concepts wasn’t recycling and having spotted recycling bins around Brunei I wanted to find out more about the recycling company Daikyo. So I started by calling them and asking about the locations of their recycling bins in Brunei. To my surprise the lady told me that she could not give that information to me which seemed to defeat the purpose of placing recycling bins around Brunei for people to use. I was told that the recycling bins were placed upon request of the school / company / organization where the bins are located and that people can actually come down to their site to sell things. Curious at the ability to sell stuff I took a trip to their site located at Serasa (Map location on Wikimapia).
Daikyo was formerly known as Matusin Recycling and as you can see from the sign below they buy all kinds of scrap metal items ranging from plastics to scrap metal to old computers. I wish they were more willing to share information about their operations in Brunei but alas perhaps I will try another day. In the meantime get a look at the place from a few photos I took while I was there
Daikyo Environmental Recycling Sdn Bhd
We buy all kinds of scrap metal:
Zinc, Brass, Lead, Copper Wires/Pipes, Aluminium Wire/Can (Beverage), Scrap Iron, Unserviceable batteries, Waste Papers/Cartons/Books, Magazines and Used Computer
Tempat Pembuangan Kerata Buruk (rubbish dump for condemned cars)
Simpang 287, Jln Serasa Muara, BT 1128, Brunei Darussalam
Tel: +673 2773380, Fax: +673 2773381
E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.daikyorecycling.com
Source: Their signboard shown below
9 thoughts on “Daikyo Recycling Center Sdn Bhd, Brunei”
Hmm, how old do the computers have to be recommended for recyling? Do you know where computers that aren’t that old (say a 5-year-old laptop), that was too expensive to send off for fixing, may be sold for parts and/or recycling? Thanks. :D
I don’t there there is an ‘age limit’ for computers to be recycled. They mentioned that they do offer payment for recycled goods so I suggest you try and bring it there after calling them to make sure that they can do so.
we buy all thing of scrap
Where can i sent for the following?
1. Old unworkable computers, monitors, printers, keyboards and peripherals? Mostly aluminum, some are plastics, these are more than 10 yrs old.
2. Trade-in for old workable computer systems and peripherals.
You can trade in old computers (workable or otherwise) at Concepts Computer but only for certain limited models that they offer. I think you can dump old stuff at Daikyo but I’m not particularly sure about it.
Forgot to mention
3. Photocopy machines
Dapat ambil kereta buruk di rumah pakai hayap?