Issue 21 – December 2019

CEO Update

This new financial year has certainly presented a number of challenges and opportunities to ANZRP and our TechCollect program. The good news is that there is increasing community, government and industry interest

ANZRP and Shred-X launch tailored business e-waste service

ANZRP has partnered with Shred-X to provide Australian businesses with a simple to use e-waste collection and recycling service. Driven by the knowledge that

TechCollect’s responsible recycling standards highlighted in survey

Results of the 2019 collection partner survey are in and we’d like to thank those who participated. The 2019 survey set out to provide current collection partners an opportunity to have

Mobile e-waste factory takes shape

On 1 July, 2019, the Victorian Government introduced an e-waste to landfill ban. This left many councils with a need to find a recycling solution for their e-waste. Councils are now asking NTCRS co-regulatory arrangements

5 e-waste myths – busted!

Recent reports about the ‘waste crisis’ have generated even more confusion among the Australian public about what can and can’t be recycled. This year for National Recycling Week

More than 100 organisations worldwide celebrate the second International E-Waste Day

The second International E-Waste Day held on October 14 to promote the responsible

Schools get behind e-waste for National Recycling Week

Every year since 1996, Planet Ark’s National Recycling Week has provided an opportunity to put the spotlight on recycling and raise awareness

ANZRP recognised as a ‘Best for the World’ B Corp certified organisation

ANZRP has been named a ‘Best For The World’ honouree by B Lab in recognition of its significant positive impact in its innovative governance

Let’s get energised: Electro-chemistry laboratory and production facility visited by CEO

Warren Overton was recently taken on a tour of VSPC’s cutting-edge lithium production facility in Queensland. Always exploring new opportunities involving the management

TechCollect and City of Melbourne host another successful collection event

For several years TechCollect has leveraged its strong relationship with the City of Melbourne to provide a dedicated e-waste drop-off event for residents

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TechCollect is the official recycling program of ANZRP under the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme