Posted February 18, 2014
Australia’s leading not-for-profit mobile phone recycler MobileMuster and Greater Taree City Council are calling on all Greater Taree residents to start the new year clutter-free and recycle all of their old mobiles, batteries and accessories in the new MobileMuster eco bins located at three new sites across the region.
Posted February 13, 2014
MobileMuster with the help of internationally acclaimed artist Chris Jordan and the students from Wanganui Park Secondary College have created a large-scale artwork in the heart of Melbourne at Federation Square during the Sustainable Living Festival 12-16th February 2014.
Posted February 9, 2014
MobileMuster is heading to the Sustainable Living Festival’s big weekend at Federation Square in Melbourne next week and proud to be sponsoring renowned artist Chris Jordan as he creates the major artwork for the festival.
Posted January 20, 2014
Internationally acclaimed artist Chris Jordan is calling all Australians to be a part of the solution to our mounting mobile phone e-waste problem by handing in their old handsets to be re-created into a large-scale artwork in the heart of Melbourne at Federation Square during the Sustainable Living Festival (8-23 February).
Posted December 26, 2013
Australia’s leading not-for-profit mobile phone recycler, MobileMuster is calling on all Australians to recycle their old mobile if they upgrade or buy one as a gift during the holidays or summer sales.
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