New life of old telephones

Globally, we produce 2.22 billion  tons of waste annually, most of which ends up in landfills or open landfills. At the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Veena Sahajwalla, a scientist and materials engineer, developed one of the solutions to the problem of the amount of waste: micro-processing plants (micro-factories). In small waste processing …

3rd International e-waste day

Under the auspices of the international association of e-waste collection schemes WEEE forum, the 3rd International E-Waste Day is taking place this year, which focuses on educating young people. Due to the consequences of the pandemic, organized events are taking place mainly online – Article 1, Article 2 of Recycling Magazine. You can find more …

Collection of e-waste by mail

The Australian Post, in collaboration with the state-owned recycler of computers, computer equipment and televisions TechCollect, has set up a new way of handing over old mobile phones and computers – the state-owned TechExpress service. Under the new scheme, consumers can store old equipment in a bag or box and deliver it as a shipment …