ANZRP’s CEO, Warren Overton, talks to Jessica Yun from the Sydney Morning Herald about the need to expand the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme to cover all…
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October 14th is International E-waste Day. ANZRP supports International E-Waste Day in Australia and is working to promote e-waste recycling and the benefits of building a circular economy.
As we all enter uncharted territory locally and globally, we wanted to provide you with an update on how we’re continuing our e-waste collection and recycling service operationally, with the health and safety of our workers and partners a priority in all our decisions.
Working with members, collection partners and the community to collect and recycle e-waste, ANZRP is committed to delivering outcomes that are environmentally and socially beneficial.
Australian car seat manufacturers have pledged to take action on a growing waste stream that is showing no signs of letting up. At least one child car safety seat is bought