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.
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?
TechCollect is asking businesses to increase recycling efforts and create a more sustainable workplace, and to mark 13 December in the diary for Waste Not, Want Not Day.
It is widely known that about 90% of e-waste ends up in a landfill. That is ecologically dangerous, irresponsible and wasteful.
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!
Brightstar offers one of the major smartphone buyback and trade in (BBTI) programs in major world markets including Australia. It provides a service that stops smartphones going to landfill or sitting in a draw.
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.
Epson Australia has just recycled its three millionth ink cartridge via the popular Cartridges for Planet Ark (C4PA) program.
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.
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