MobileMuster partners with retailers, repair stores, local councils and workplaces across Australia to make it easy and accessible for the community to recycle. We provide free collection units that can be used to promote mobile phone recycling to your organisation and customers.
We encourage you to use our resources to support your collection drive and help educate your community about recycling the right way. When you are ready, book in a free pick-up and we will arrange collection. Mobile phones and accessories will be recycled to the highest environment standard. MobileMuster will provide annual reporting on how much your organisation has recycled and regular news on the program and upcoming campaigns.
Register your school and MobileMuster will send you a school kit. The education kit will help you run and muster and learn about recycling. The kit provides a collection box, satchels and stimulus material.
Since 2019 we launched our national Competition for students to learn about the lifecycle of mobile phones and use creativity to encourage and motivate their local community to recycle more. Every year sees a different theme where students showed their creative skills to encourage people to recycle their old mobile phones and accessories. For more information about this, visit our competition page.
Use our resources to run a muster at your organisation to encourage the community to recycle their old mobile phones and accessories. Contact us if you would like to use or share any of our social media resources.
If you are a registered site, book in a free pick-up by calling 1800 249 113 or book online.
If you have mobile phones that need to be recycled and/or accessories, and you don’t want to become an ongoing collection partner, you can also book in a single pickup. Package all mobile phones, their batteries and accessories into a sturdy cardboard box and tape it securely, ensuring nothing can fall out during transporting. Note that your cardboard box should not exceed 10kgs. If it does, please use multiple boxes. Keep the battery within the mobile phone handset. If you are recycling any loose mobile phone batteries without a handset, seal the terminals with tape and wrap the battery in bubble wrap or similar before putting in the box.