25 years of telco industry's recycling success story
The success of the telecommunication sector's self-regulating approach is worth studying to see if other sectors can benefit.
Arnies Recon to help e-recycle during the festive season
Arnies Recon has saved over 4.5 thousand tonnes of appliances and electronics from landfill in the last three years.
International E-Waste Day: Recycle your gadgets, save the earth
Today is International E-Waste Day, shedding light on the increasing problem of electronic waste and the need for action.
Australians sitting on $5.6 billion in unwanted tech - Telstra
Australians are sitting on an estimated $5.6 billion in unwanted and no longer used technology items, according to new research from Telstra.
Circular IT management could save the industry - and the planet
Circular IT management is possible, and it could save hundreds of millions of old IT products from ending up in landfills and polluting the earth.
Got an old mobile phone lying around? Recycle it for free
If you’ve got an old mobile phone lying around that you know you’ll probably never use again, now’s the time to recycle it for free.
Sony gets serious about reducing plastic pollution
Sony vows zero environmental footprint by 2050, launching 'One Blue Ocean' to combat plastic pollution.
50 million tonnes of e-waste: IT faces sustainability challenges
TCO Development launches 'This is IT' campaign to combat IT waste and promote sustainable e-recycling.
Used device market held back by lack of data security regulations
66% wary of data breach when trading old phones, says Blancco.
Report: Bulk of data centre managers don’t care about environment
This week Supermicro released its first annual report detailing the environmental impact of today’s cloud-scale data centres.
HPE promotes 'circular economy' for end-of-use tech
HPE is planning to show businesses worldwide that throwing old tech and assets into landfill is not the best option when it comes to end-of-use disposal.
Imagination at work – e-waste into school lunches
In 2016 the NZ Child Poverty Monitor reported that 48,000 children in New Zealand were living in material hardship, often going without life’s basics.