Posted November 24, 2014
A new report has found Australians’ changing attitudes to mobile phone recycling and Federal Government legislation are all key influencers in shaping the future of mobile phone recycling and reuse.
Posted November 14, 2014
MobileMuster, with the help of local high school students, have created a large-scale mobile phone artwork at Customs House in Sydney to celebrate Planet Ark's National Recycling Week.
Posted November 12, 2014
Australia’s largest e-waste artwork has been constructed today in the heart of Sydney’s CBD at Customs House, designed by internationally acclaimed artist Chris Jordan, from nearly 6,000 unused mobile phones
Posted October 28, 2014
MobileMuster is recreating a feature artwork from 5,000 plus old mobile phones demonstrating the importance of mobile recycling at the Sustainable Living Festival in Tasmania (8th-9th November). This impressive piece, designed by internationally renowned eco- artist Chris Jordan, represents just 1% of the number of old mobiles Tasmanian’s have in storage idly going to waste.
Posted October 9, 2014
The Global Product Stewardship Council are hosting a thought leadership forum featuring Adam Minter, the author of best-selling book Junkyard Planet. Adam is a third-generation scrap dealer turned journalist who’s spent over a decade living in Asia, examining recycling practices first-hand and sharing his insights.
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