Posted December 3, 2013
A new report released today into Australians’ attitudes to mobile phone usage and recycling shows that there are now 23 million old mobiles in Australia ready to be recycled – one for every person – and this number is expected to increase.
Posted November 28, 2013
During November we have teamed up with long time retail partner Battery World, the country’s largest recycler of domestic batteries, in campaign to encourage people to recycle their mobile phones at Battery World stores and keep them out of landfill.
Posted November 20, 2013
Electronic waste has been used by artists to explore and interpret the impact of technology on our life and the environment. This is certainly the case with the incredible creations of Finnabair, also known as Anna Dabrowska. She describes her work as “industrial art, cyberpunk art, or artistic upcycling – with a bit of spiritual feeling.”
Posted November 14, 2013
Batteries are the most common form of household hazardous waste in Australia. Every year Australians purchase 345 million household batteries and whilst the majority of Australians think that end-of-life batteries should be recycled, it is estimated that only 4 percent of handheld batteries are recycled every year.
Posted November 11, 2013
MobileMuster is proud to announce that Epping Views Primary School has been awarded Victorian Waste School of the Year (Primary) at the state’s largest schools’ sustainability awards, Sustainability Victoria’s ResourceSmart School Awards, for demonstrating an outstanding commitment to reducing resource use, reuse of materials and controlling litter through innovative activities and initiatives.
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