This week our Managing Director Patrick Moynahan spoke on a panel for Techweek 2021 as part of the event's My Digital Workshop series.
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We're in this business because we care about the environment. Read our latest news about electronic waste and New Zealand recycling.
On May 15th we hosted our CR E-Day at the Massey University carpark, in Albany. Thanks to a great turn-out from the local community we were able to collect a massive 10,764kg of e-waste!
Lead, cadmium, mercury – these are just a few of the toxic heavy metals that are leaching into our soils and contaminating groundwater in large quantities – and it’s all thanks to the amount...
On April 17th we hosted our largest ever CR E-Day at the Ellerslie Events Centre. Thanks to a great community turn-out we were able to collect more than 16,000kg of e-waste, diverting it from landfill
Last Saturday, Malcolm Rands joined Newstalk ZB's Jack Tame, where they discussed our growing e-waste problems, how to responsibly dispose of your old electronics and our CR E-Days!
Ever wondered what happens to your unwanted e-waste once it makes its way to Computer Recycling? Learn more about the process it goes through to ensure it doesn't end up in local landfill!
Last week, our GM Patrick Moynahan provided his insight to NewstalkZB regarding Kiwis' obsession with cheap electronics, our 'disposable' culture, and positive moves ahead.
Did you know that e-waste is the fastest growing toxic waste stream in New Zealand? We take a look at how we can reduce our electronic waste output in our homes.
On the 30th of Jan and the 6th of Feb 2021, Computer Recycling ran their first two community e-waste days of the year.
On the 18th of November, Computer Recycling ran their first community electronic collection day in Pakuranga at the Trinity Methodist Church.
New Zealand is the most isolated nation in the world, filled with the most beautiful landscapes, with its rolling green hills, and vast lush fields. This is compromised by its inefficient recycling...
In 2019, approximately 53.6 million metric tons of e-waste was generated. In a publication compiled by UNITAR, it was estimated that by 2030 this number will have increased to 74 million metric...