You can’t beat that feeling you get when you pick up your new vehicle. At Cannon Toyota we are committed to making the whole buying process hassle free and as enjoyable as possible for you. Our entire team, from new and used car sales, to finance and fleet, to parts and service are trained with one thing in mind ‘Customer Satisfaction’. Treating you No 1, is what we have built our business on and why we can say with confidence that ‘you can count on Cannon Toyota’.
So take a look through our website and give us a call at Cannon Toyota on (03) 9459 3277 and one of our consultants will get straight back to you to help you find the vehicle you want at the price you want to pay.
Paint Spot Preston is owned by Jason Baxter (left) and David Jackson (right) and is the newest superstore to open in Victoria.
Combining a comprehensive range of paint and accessory products with knowledgeable staff, Paint Spot Preston is your best local destination for your next project.
Delivery and hire equipment are available.
WEEEBYTES has been an End-Of-Life (EOL) Information Technology (IT) Asset Management Company who offering bespoke solutions that help customers manage the retirement of IT assets, Remarketing IT assets, and other electronic devices or parts.
We understand the common challenges faced when managing EOL and Remarketing IT equipment, so we are here to provide a cost effective solutions to maximize the value recovery whilst achieving compliance with all local and international data security, environmental, and industry regulations.
At WEEEBYTES, we truly believe in the importance of personalize customer service as well as experience where we shall work with you to minimize the cost while maximize the value recovery in your IT asset management or EOL Electronic Devices / Parts.
After over 20 years’ experience in the recycling industry, Australian owned and operated eWastec was established in August 2015 in response to the growing electronic waste (eWaste) problem we are experiencing in Australia.
Following the Australian Government’s commitment to recycle eWaste through accredited recyclers after establishing the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) in 2011, eWastec evolved to focus primarily on the recycling of television, computer and other IT waste products to ensure the impact of eWaste on our environment is nullified.
eWastec manually processes all of the eWaste that enters our Seaford plant enabling us to ensure the integrity of many of the downstream commodities whilst maximising the recovery rate. Our commitment to minimising waste to landfill is detailed in our Zero Waste to Landfill (02L) Policy.
Manual processing also enables us to provide sustainable employment for those working within our disability program. Not only are we passionate about reducing our environmental impact, we are equally passionate and genuinely believe that it is vitally important for all members of our community to have access to employment opportunities.
Thus our ethos continues to be “Earth conscious. Community focused.”