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  • Students create mobile phone artwork 09 Jan 2015
    Students from Abbotsleigh helped MobileMuster construct a massive e-waste artwork out of over 7000 old and unused mobile phones to celebrate Planet Ark's National Recycling Week.
    Download Posted by Helen Watkins
  • St Ignatius College create artwork 09 Jan 2015
    Thanks to the students St Ignatius' College for helping us create our e-waste artwork at Customs House in Sydney to remind the public to recycle their old an unused mobiles phones. We estimate their are 23 million hiding in people cupboards and drawers waiting to be recycled.
    Download Posted by Sue Martin
  • National Recycling Week 09 Jan 2015
    Great effort by Year 1 students at Warnervale Public School who used MobileMuster's school resources to celebrate National Recycling Week and learn about recycling. The students created their own mobile phones out of recycled materials to display in the classroom.
    Download Posted by Cheryl Jacobs
  • Science Week at Saint Ignatius' College 29 Aug 2014
    To celebrate National Science Week over 200 science students at Saint Ignatius' College, Riverview participated in a MobileMuster workshop to learn what’s inside a mobile phone.
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  • What's Inside a Phone? 01 Aug 2014
    Our new display boards can be used by educators to learning more about what materials are in a mobile phone and how they can be recycled. If you would like to use our display boards contact
    Download Posted by Larissa Shashkof
  • Wanganui Park Secondary College students create eco-artwork 18 Feb 2014
    Year 9 students from Wanganui Park Secondary College and environmental artist Chris Jordan construct the MobileMuster masterpiece at Federation Square as part of the Sustainable Living Festival. The artwork has been created out of thousands of mobile phones and encourages the public to recycle.
    Download Posted by Richard Speedy
  • MobileMuster & Chris Jordan visit Hampton Park Secondary College 18 Feb 2014
    Visiting environmental artist Chris Jordan gave an inspirational presentation to the students at Hampton Park Secondary College who have been participating in the MobileMuster schools program and collecting mobile phones to be recycled since 2008.
    Download Posted by Kristianna Davis
  • MobileMuster launches Module 12: Waste to Art 11 Feb 2014
    We are excited to announce a new learning module all about creating environmental art projects from recycled materials. The module is aligned to the Australian Curriculum and cross curricula priority Sustainability. The module includes collaborative and hands-on learning activities. To access the module follow the link or login to the Teachers area
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  • Epping Views Primary School Named Victorian Waste and Recycling Champions 15 Nov 2013
    Kayne Tremills from ABC3 presented Epping Views Primary School with their Victorian Waste School of the Year (Primary) award for 2013. The school are doing a great job in raising community awareness about waste and reached an impressive reduction of landfill and paper waste per student by 61% in the last year.The award was proudly sponsored by MobileMuster.
    Download Posted by Epping View Primary School
  • Youth Eco Summit Worshops 04 Nov 2013
    MobileMuster attended the Youth Eco Summit in Sydney where Students from Ashfield Boys High School, Cheltenham Girls High School, Merewether High School and Rousehill High School participated in a great workshop taking apart old mobile phones to see what materials can be recycled. The Youth Eco Summit promotes student leadership and showcases sustainability achievements and practices in both primary and secondary schools.
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  • Balgowlah Boys Passionate about Preserving the Beaches! 29 Oct 2013
    We are a passionate group of year 9 boys from Balgowlah Boys High School, who are part of the High Resolves Global Citizenship & Leadership Program. We are running a social action project aimed at reducing the effects of e-waste on our environment. The burning of electronic waste is decaying the Earth’s atmosphere. Our goal is to promote a more eco-friendly way of disposing of electronic waste. We are striving to make a positive impact on society’s bad habits of dumping old computer parts and mobile phones and provide a more responsible method. We have set up Mobile Muster e-waste boxes and placed them around Balgowlah Boys Campus and other schools in the district. The boxes are placed with the intention of collecting used mobile phones that can be dismantled and recycled into reusable parts responsibly, and in an ecologically friendly way. We hope our actions will inspire other school communities to become change makers too!
    Download Posted by Cassandra Cooke
  • Finalist for Waste School of the Year Announced 24 Oct 2013
    MobileMuster is proud to announce their major sponsorship of Sustainability Victoria’s ResourceSmart Schools Awards 2013. We would like to congratulate the following schools in the Waste School of the Year – Primary Schools category: Epping Views Primary School St Louis de Montfort’s Primary School, Aspendale Werribee Primary School
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  • Evie the Nude Food Rooster 16 Oct 2013
    The Waste Action Team at Epping View Primary School, one of the finalist in the 2013 ResourseSmart Waste School of the Year awards, have created an entertaining video “Evie the Nude Food Rooster” to communicate their reduce, reuse, recycle and rethink waste activities in the school.
    Download Posted by Evie Rooster
  • Kaniva College wins Waste Award 08 Oct 2013
    Kaniva College gets the wheels moving on waste reduction by winning the ResourceSmart Waste Secondary School of the Year in 2012. Kaniva implemented a program where books, bicycles and computers were collected and refurbished for distribution to schools in developing nations. Educating students about the importance of recycling has been a key factor in significantly reducing waste at Kaniva College and has helped developing countries in the process.
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  • Fulham North Primary School 07 Oct 2013
    Fulham North Primary School in in the beachside suburb of Henley Beach, South Australia collected 87.8kg of mobile phones, batteries and accessories for recycling in 2012. The school won MobileMuster's recycling challenge for collecting the highest amount of mobile phones by weight.
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