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Saving the Environment One Mobile at a Time!
MobileMuster is a program that Council has been involved with for many years, and this year Council wishes to congratulate residents on recycling 14kgs of mobile phone waste.
MobileMuster provides a free, safe and secure recycling service. Everything collected is recycled for resource recovery to the highest environmental standards. Nothing is resold for reuse and any data left on handsets is destroyed in the recycling process.
“Residents are congratulated on their efforts and urged to take advantage of this program and recycle their unwanted mobile phones and stop this waste entering landfill. Let’s see if we can beat the 14kgs next year!” Mayor of Lithgow, Councillor Ray Thompson said.
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