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.
The New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) today reiterated its commitment and the importance of mobile phone recycling in NZ as it bid farewell to the Starship Mobile Phone Appeal.