Recycle and help Landcare Australia

Restoring vulnerable habitats in local communities!

How can you and an old phone help Landcare Australia?

MobileMuster has partnered with Landcare Australia to restore vulnerable habitats in local communities. For the month of August, MobileMuster will give $1 to Landcare Australia for every mobile phone recycled. Your old tech, including all mobile phones, chargers and accessories, can do some good and help Landcare Australia regenerate the environment and protect our wildlife.

How to recycle?

  1. Drop off at your local Optus, Telstra, Vodafone and Officeworks store or search for your nearest drop off point below.
  2. Recycle from home by downloading our free mailing label or using our satchel available from Australia Post,  JB Hi-Fi or online ordering.

About the project

The funds raised will help Landcare Australia restore habitat for the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater in North Central Victoria. As part of this project Landcare Australia in conjunction with the Regent Honeyeater Project will work with local volunteers, landholders and schools to establish 2000 plants while also working with the local community to educate and further improve their understanding of habitat requirements for local threatened species.  Terms and conditions apply, read more.

 

How it works?

We have teamed up with not-for-profit organisation, Landcare Australia, to help restore the habitat for the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater in North Central Victoria.

Find your old mobile phones and accessories that are no longer working.

Recycle at your local mobile phone store or participating collection partner.

Use our free mailing label or satchel from AusPost.

Every mobile phone recycled will provide $1 to Landcare Australia.

 

lt will enable Landcare Australia to plant trees and shrubs.

Restoring vulnerable habitats in local communities.

Find a drop off point

Post back options

You can recycle your mobile phones at home with our free mailing options. The mailing options are free and will be paid by MobileMuster.

  1. Use your own packaging and attach a AusPost Returns Label. Complete the online AusPost form.
  2. Pick up a MobileMuster satchel from your local Australia Post office or JB Hi-Fi store.
  3. Complete the form below and we will send you a MobileMuster mailing satchel.

Once you have choosen your preferred mailing option package up your old mobile phones and accessories for recycling. Find an AusPost Post Office or street posting boxes. There are over 20,000 drop off points Australia wide. It’s that easy!

Mailing Satchel

About Landcare Australia

Landcare Australia is a national not-for-profit organisation that works in partnership with multiple stakeholders to support the Landcare community with funding and capacity- building opportunities for on-ground projects.

The MobileMuster partnership will help Landcare Australia support local Landcare groups on the ground to restore the remnant Box-Ironbark habitat for the rare and critically endangered Regent Honeyeater, through the planting of trees, shrubs and groundcovers to encourage landscape connectivity.

The Regent Honeyeater Project was formed in 1996 and is one of the most active volunteer conservation projects in the nation, engaging a whole farming community in restoring remnant box ironbark habitat for the endangered species still living in north-central Victoria, and attracting ongoing support from the community to help farmers with the on-ground works.

 

 

 

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Regent Honeyeater Project Inc. has been working to create a biolink joining Humphries Hill to Boggy Bridge in the Winton wetlands in north central Victoria.

Resources

Download useful resources to promote your collection, support the campaign and learn more about the program. If you need help or have ideas about promoting the campaign in your organisation or community contact us.

 

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