16 Noel Leeming stores introduce ‘E-waste Recycling’ Trial

16 Noel Leeming stores introduce ‘E-waste Recycling’ Trial

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Sixteen Noel Leeming stores are planning to trial a free e-waste recycling programme in New Zealand.

Free drop-off recycle points will be set up at sixteen Noel Leeming retail stores around the country.

Printers, computers, laptops and tablets, peripherals that are keyboards, mice and cameras can be recycled at the participating retail stores. Excluded products comprise of televisions, white goods, non-IT electronics, loose batteries, toner and ink cartridges.

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Scanners and multifunction printers can also be recycled.

Not-for-profit TechCollect will be in-partnership to support product stewardship for electronic and electrical products.

Thousands of kilograms of e-waste from the landfill will be recycled in a diversion style moment of saving the environment.

The following stores will participate in the programme: Whangarei Supa, St Lukes Mega Centre, Wairau Park, Manukau Supa Centre, Te Rapa, Tauranga, Rotorua, Napier, New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Lower Hutt, Nelson, Moorhouse, Dunedin, Queenstown and Invercargill.


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