Australia’s national Mobile Muster mobile phone recycling program has recycled 90 tonnes of mobiles and accessories, and the country’s second largest telco Optus says it has already contributed more than four tonnes, or 53,437 handsets and batteries, in 2018.
Having mustered a stellar recycling performance over the past year, including "growing industry participation and the volume of mobile phone components recycled through the programme", MobileMuster is celebrating 20 years.
New research says Australians "have over 30 million spare, unused mobile phones sitting idle in our drawers", with the number set to soar as eight million new phones will sell during 2017.
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