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E-waste

November 07, 2017

E-waste

Electronics manufacturing is the world’s fastest growing industry - and e-waste is the fastest growing and most toxic waste stream in New Zealand - and globally.

What to do with it: If it's really dead, drop it to us, more on our e-waste drop-off service here. If there's a chance it could be fixed or a part replaced, or reused, we encourage you to do that before recycling. 

Infosheet: Turning the toxic tide

Guide: Ethical electronics guide





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