Displaying items by tag: Recycling

One year on from announcing its climate change ambitions, Telstra has announced a raft of new commitments to manage its resources more efficiently including a promise to use only renewable or recycled materials in branded packaging by the end of next year.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Thales and Veolia have joined forces to create the first eco-designed SIM card made from recycled plastic.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The Australian Labor Party has poured scorn on the digital business announcement made by Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Tuesday, claiming that the PM was "there for the media drop, the photo op, the re-packaged media drop, and the re-announcement, but never there for the follow-up".

Published in Government Tech Policy

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has established a $15 million fund to support research that aims to address end-of-life issues for solar PV panels, as well as increasing their efficiency and lowering their cost.

Published in Energy

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.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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.

Thursday, 15 November 2018 10:34

Efforts to recycle old mobile phones continue apace

Australia’s national Mobile Muster mobile phone recycling program has recycled 90 tonnes of mobiles and accessories, and the country’s second largest telco Optus says it has already contributed more than four tonnes, or 53,437 handsets and batteries, in 2018.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Engineers at the Australian National University in Canberra have invented a semiconductor with organic and inorganic materials that can convert electricity into light very efficiently – and is thin and flexible enough to help make devices such as mobile phones bendable.

Published in Development

Electronic waste (e-waste) is growing up to three times faster than general municipal waste in Australia – with estimates there will be 223,000 tonnes of waste mounted up by 2023-24.

Published in Government Tech Policy

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.

Published in Home Tech

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.

Published in Home Tech

New research says Australians "have over 30 million spare, unused mobile phones sitting idle in our drawers", with the number set to soar as eight million new phones will sell during 2017.

Published in Home Tech

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!

Published in Mobility
Saturday, 13 February 2016 00:20

Recycling at the top for MobileMuster

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.

Published in People Moves

Don’t dump your old TVs or other tech gear by the road, or illegally - you can drop them off free nationwide, but many don’t know this or are worried about their data.

Published in Home Tech

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.

Published in Home Tech

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.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 15 October 2015 14:53

Samsung SUHD TV promotion is money in your pocket

Samsung are keen to give you up to $500 ‘trade-in’ on your old TV – any TV – that is taken to an approved recycling centre.

Published in Entertainment

Sydney’s small businesses and residents are invited by Dell and TechCollect to recycle their various old computers and accessories on Saturday 26 September.

Published in Home Tech
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