NEWS

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ANZRP 2014/15 Annual Report released

ANZRP’s 2014/15 Annual Report has now been released and is available to view here.

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The e-waste knowledge gap: a growing epidemic

10th February 2016, Melbourne: New research commissioned by e-waste collection and recycling service TechCollect reveals that while the majority (95.7 per cent) of Australians agree that recycling electronic waste (e-waste) is important, almost half (45 per cent) do not currently recycle, with many citing lack of awareness of their options or concerns over data security as key reasons.

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Save the date! ‘Waste Not, Want Not’ Day

TechCollect is calling for businesses to mark December 8 in the calendar to create a more sustainable workplace!

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Young Aussie heroes to drive more e-waste recycling

ANZRP’s TechCollect program is calling for entrants for its Young E-Waste Hero program targeting primary school students.  We are looking for students that can demonstrate their understanding of the impact that e-waste has on the environment.

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Regulator publishes 2013/14 reports

The Regulator of the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS), the Commonwealth Department of the Environment, has just released the Scheme’s 2013/14 Annual Reports for each of the Co-regulatory Arrangements (CAs), as well as its own Outcomes document.

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Minister announces NTCRS changes

Yesterday (10 June) Minister for the Environment Greg Hunt released the outcome of the NTCRS review.

There was some indication that the targets may increase, and this has been reflected in the outcome, with Option 3 (of the different options under consideration) to be adopted.

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