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In our new educational video supported by the WA Waste Authority, we ponder an important question: Why do we have an e-waste problem?
Globally we produce 50 million tonnes of electronic waste each year. E-waste has quickly become the fastest-growing contributor to the municipal solid waste stream in Australia.
Read July Newsletter.
In this months’ edition, we are excited to introduce you to our new General Manager of Recycling Evan Cocks. Evan has joined last month to assist us in the e-recycling division.
With Evan coming on board our directors will have the time needed to strategically expand our service offering into other product streams, such as solar and batteries.
Read June Newsletter.
While the pandemic situation is quieting down here in Perth, we’ve been grateful to have qualified for governments’ JobKeeper support. With international markets closed, we’re taking the opportunity to seek local buyers. There has never been a better time to start building our very own local and circular economy.
Read May Newsletter.
While current iso-situation is not too pleasant for many businesses, we see it as a perfect opportunity to start building a circular economy here in Perth.
100% of our refurbished IT Assets are now being sold to a local WA market as demand for second-hand ICT equipment skyrocketed.
Read April Newsletter.
The year 2019 has marked another significant milestone in the company’s history. We won our first grant and moved our facility for the seventh time. The minister for environment Stephen Dawson came to visit and we bought an exciting new optical sorter.
We invite you to look back at our amazing year and appreciate with us all that we’ve achieved in 2019.
Read January Newsletter.
We’d like to thank you for your support in the last year.
Together we’ve been able to recycle over 2,000 Tonnes of electronics which is equivalent to 765 elephants. 🐘🐘
Our number 1 e-waste recycling champion council this year is 🥁🥁🥁… the City of Stirling!
Read December Newsletter.
As you may know, we have moved for the 7th time! Our board of directors made a strategic decision to split the business into a second location to enable further specialisation of each business unit.
You can learn all about our move and shift towards circular economy in our latest Media Release.
Read October Newsletter.
As soon as we settle in our new place, we will commence our educational tours supported by the WA Waste Authority’s grant.
If you’d like your council to organise a tour, please get in touch with them.
Read August Newsletter.
We are happy to announce that we have been one of the successful enterprises out of ninety (90) applicants grants round of the Community and Industry Engagement (CIE) program within Western Australia.
You can learn about how we’re going to use the grant money in our latest Media Release.
Read July Newsletter.
On Wednesday 22nd we held our first Press Conference ever and have officially launched a campaign urging the Western Australian Government to support local jobs and businesses by putting an end to e-waste, starting with a landfill ban.
Read May Newsletter.
Our current estimate is that there are now over 100 million panels installed on roofs around Australia and that many of these will soon be reaching their end of life. Our director Michael explains why landfilling solar panels is not the best idea and shares his suggestions for solutions going forward. Read more.
Last year was the greatest year yet. We have recycled 2356 Tonnes of e-waste which accounts for 500,000 electronic items. We completed our sixth move in 10 years to a larger facility in Kewdale and more than 23 new employees joined our team accounting for 41 staff. Read more.
We have filmed a first testimonial with our high achieving client the City of Stirling and are cutting a video which will show you the recycling process from the verge collection to our facility.
We met with several politicians and continue to invite important decision makers to spark the discussion about the future of e-waste in WA. Read more.
Welcome to the first edition of our monthly electronic waste (e-waste) newsletter for you.
In this monthly newsletter, we will endeavour to keep you up to date with the latest from the e-waste industry. We wish you the happiest holidays and a safe New Year! Read more.