Australia's government-accredited mobile recycling program, MobileMuster, has revealed the significant progress it has made in positive impacting the environment over 21 years with the release of its 2019 Annual Report.
Mobile phone recycling organisation MobileMuster has released new research revealing that 68% of Australians "struggle to get rid of their things, despite 58% no longer using them because they feel attached to them, with old electronic devices and mobile phones high on the list of things people find hard to part with".
Smartphone manufacturer Vivo Mobile has joined the mobile telecommunications industry’s recycling program – MobileMuster – joining Australia’s major mobile handset manufacturers and network providers who work in collaboration to provide a free national recycling program to their customers.
Got an old, broken or unwanted phone collecting dust in a drawer somewhere, ready to never be used as a spare phone when new ones are so cheap? And want to help feed the needy?
Having mustered a stellar recycling performance over the past year, including "growing industry participation and the volume of mobile phone components recycled through the programme", MobileMuster is celebrating 20 years.
The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association has announced that “HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, has joined MobileMuster".
E-Waste recycling gurus Mobile Muster point to new data showing that not only are 25.5 million mobile phones cluttering Aussie homes, but that four million of those are broken and not working!
MobileMuster, the mobile telecommunications industry’s recycling scheme, has appointed Spyro Kalos as manager to replace long-time manager, Rose Read, who has departed to pursue other recycling opportunities.
If you recycle your old mobile phone at a Salvos Store this year you’ll help raise funds for the Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal.
The Mobile Muster program is appealing for all to recycle their old, unwanted mobiles, batteries and accessories to help families in need for Christmas 2015.
If you’re getting a new phone, be it from Apple or someone else, free phone recycling service MobileMuster is calling for old phones to be recycled.
Got an old dumb or smartphone sitting in a drawer, doing nothing? MobileMuster wants you to recycle it and will give $2 to the Salvos ‘for every kilo that is recycled’ over December and January.
Australians discard 2000 tonnes of mobile phones every year. MobileMuster is trying to do something about it.
A company started by an Aussie businessman has passed the $300 million mark in payments for old mobile phones worldwide.
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