OzHarvest and Mobile Muster team to feed Australians in need
OzHarvest Founder and CEO Ronni Kahn recycling mobiles
Non-for-profit’s OzHarvest and MobileMuster are teaming up to encourage Australians to recycle their old mobiles for more than one good cause.
The two charities are partnering to relaunch their ‘Mobile for a Meal’ campaign which will see a meal donated to an Australian in need for every old mobile recycled with MobileMuster this summer.
Australians interested in donating an old mobile can visit https://www.mobilemuster.com.au/ and find their nearest drop-off point. There is over 3, 500 public collection points across Australia.
Spyro Kalos, Recycling Manager at MobileMuster, said the campaign is certainly a win-win situation.
“It is one of those beautiful win-win situations where no one wants these old phones – you can’t use them, or sell them – they are quite literally useless, but if we recycle them over 99 per cent of the material can go back into making new products,” Kalos said.
“In return, we will deliver a meal to someone in need.”
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