Why Total Green supports International School Program (ISP) in Uganda

As a Profit for Purpose organisation our mission is to support local communities with purposeful employment and education. We also recognise the impact that our consumption and activity can have on the developing work, so for two years now we’ve been working with ISP Uganda, providing financial support and collaboration and here is why. Why Uganda? There are 2,500,000 orphan children in Uganda. Many of these children live in slum villages and have very little

WA’s e-waste recycling statistics for February 2019

Despite February being a shorter month, we have recovered 192 tonne of materials from e-waste and refurbished and repurposed 2,351 items. Through our Asset Management division we donate $1 for each laptop recovered. For the month of February we donated $239 to ISP Uganda for the laptops we recovered in January to support their Keep a Kid in School program, supporting disadvantaged youth in Uganda. Top 5 performing councils in WA Congratulations to our TOP

Why is Total Green ISO 14001 and AS/NZS 5377:2013 certified

We have successfully renewed our accreditations once again. Hooraay! Kudos to our Quality Manager Alex who worked diligently on this task over the past months. Here are the reasons why is it important for us to keep our certifications and how you can make sure your items are recycled properly. From left: Alex Cutier – Compliance Manager, James Coghill – o-Founder | Director | B.Com Why we have ISO 14001:2015 On the 8th of December

Why we need to ban e-waste from landfill now

E-waste (electronic waste) is one of the fastest growing waste streams in Australia, driven by an accelerating change in technology that consumers are now disposing of at unprecedented rates. E-waste is anything with a plug, battery or cord that is at the end of its useful life. It covers a range of items we use in our daily lives at home or work, including televisions, computers, mobile phones, audio devices, appliances, white goods, even air