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In the 2017 financial year, RE:MOBILE collected 101,630 unwanted devices.
The RE:MOBILE mobile phone recycling scheme has donated over $50k to the Sustainable Coastlines charity in 2017, helping fund their Flagship Education Centre.
RE:MOBILE, a mobile phone recycling scheme run by the New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF), has donated over $32k to award winning charity Sustainable Coastlines in 2016.
RE:MOBILE is an accredited Product Stewardship Scheme created for the purpose of reducing the environmental impact of unwanted mobile handsets.
A fantastic result from Orana Wildlife Park in support of RE:MOBILE mobile phone recycling.
The TCF has appointed Sustainable Coastlines as the new beneficiary of its accredited mobile phone product stewardship scheme, RE:MOBILE.
New Zealand waterways will now be better off as a result of tens of thousands of mobile phones recycled each year through the RE:MOBILE scheme.
If you received a new mobile phone at Christmas, don’t leave your old phone to die slowly, gathering dust in the bottom of a drawer.
The telecommunications industry works collectively to manage the end-of-life mobile handsets and accessories responsibly.