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  • 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' Adaptable Media Release 2013 (50kb doc file)
    Cartridge recycling paves way for electronic waste recycling programs
  • 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' Diary Notes (94kb pdf file)
    Planet Ark will re-launch 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' on Earth Day - Wednesday April 22
  • 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' celebrates ten million returns (156kb pdf file)
    Australians have an inkling when it comes to printer cartridge recycling, Wednesday 16 September 2009
  • 'Celebrate 10 years of cartridge recycling' - Adaptable Media Release For OEMs, 30 April 2012 (50kb doc file)
    OEMs are encouraged to use this media release to promote cartridge recycling to their customers, staff and shareholders.
  • 'Famous faces celebrate 10 years of cartridge recycling' - Adaptable Media Release For Councils, 30 April 2012 (52kb doc file)
    Councils are encouraged to use this media release to promote cartridge recycling in their local government area.
  • 'Famous faces celebrate 10 years of cartridge recycling' - Adaptable Media Release For MPs, 30 April 2012 (50kb doc file)
    An adaptable media release to help MPs promote 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' to their constituents.
  • 'Thank you for helping us reach 18 million' - Adaptable release for workplaces 2012 (55kb doc file)
    An adaptable media release for high-returning workplaces in the C4PA program
  • 2010 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' diary notes (90kb pdf file)
    Planet Ark will re-launch its hugely successful 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' campaign on Earth Day - Thursday April 22, 2010
  • 2010 Australia's recycling behaviour under the spotlight (169kb pdf file)
    New research reveals a startling gap in the waste recycling practices of Australian households.
  • Aussies to Set World Record e-Waste Collection Media Release (122kb pdf file)
    11th April 2013
  • Cartridge recycling paves way for electronic waste recycling (100kb pdf file)
    29 April 2013
  • Famous faces celebrate 10 years of cartridge recycling (104kb pdf file)
    Renowned singer Kamahl and media personality Tim Webster are just two of the famous faces helping recycling program 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' celebrate its 10-year anniversary. Every day more than 77 bags of cartridges are diverted from landfill through 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark', equating to around 18 million recycled cartridges and 8,400 tonnes of plastics, metals, inks and toners since the program began in 2003. This year, with the help of its ambassadors and the public, the program is aiming to reach 20 million cartridges recycled.
  • Kamahl News Grab #1 (4.43MB wav file)
    By recycling more than 18 million used printer cartridges through the Cartridges 4 Planet Ark program, Australians have prevented 8400 tonnes of valuable resources including metals and plastics from going into landfill.
  • Kamahl News Grab #3 (5.60MB wav file)
    The next time you replace your home or office cartridge, drop the empty one in the special box at your local Officeworks or Australia Post outlet. Your workplace may be eligible for a box too. Find your nearest drop off location by visiting Cartridges.PlanetArk.org or calling the hotline on 1800 24 24 73.
  • Kamahl News Grab #4 (4.66MB wav file)
    Printer cartridges are made up of plastics, metals, foam, ink and toner.  Throwing them in landfill represents a waste of resources and contributes to the growing problem of electronic waste. By recycling your cartridges you are helping to reduce this waste.
  • Layne Beachley Grab #1 (971kb wav file)
    By recycling used printer cartridges through the Cartridges 4 Planet Ark program, Australians HAVE prevented 9,500 tonnes of valuable resources, including metals and plastics, from going into landfill.
  • Layne Beachley Grab #2 (975kb wav file)
    By recycling used printer cartridges through the Cartridges 4 Planet Ark program, Australians CAN prevent 1,400 tonnes of valuable resources from going into landfill annually.
  • Layne Beachley Grab #3 (770kb wav file)
    Electronic waste is a big problem so it's great that people can recycle their printer cartridges and toner bottles through the Cartridges 4 Planet Ark program.
  • Layne Beachley Grab #4 (1.51MB wav file)
    The next time you replace your home or office cartridge, drop the empty one in the special box at your local Officeworks or Australia Post outlet. Find your nearest drop off location by visiting Cartridges.PlanetArk.org or calling the hotline on 1800 24 24 73.
  • Layne Beachley Grab #5 (1.25MB wav file)
    Printer cartridges are made up of plastics, metals, foam, ink and toner. Throwing them in landfill is a waste of resources and contributes to the growing problem of electronic waste. By recycling your cartridges you are helping to reduce this waste.
  • Layne Beachley Grab #6 (577kb wav file)
    More than 77 bags of cartridges are diverted from landfill every day through the 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' program.
  • Rebecca Gilling News Grab #1 (6.89MB wav file)
    By recycling more than 18 million used printer cartridges through the Cartridges 4 Planet Ark program, Australians have prevented 8400 tonnes of valuable resources including metals and plastics from going into landfill.
  • Rebecca Gilling News Grab #2 (2.75MB wav file)
    E-waste is an increasing problem so it's great that people are taking the issue seriously and recycling their printer cartridges through the Cartridges 4 Planet Ark program.
  • Rebecca Gilling News Grab #5 (4.20MB wav file)
    Cartridges are a form of electronic waste, and e-waste is one of the fastest growing areas of waste. More than 77 bags of cartridges are diverted from landfill every day through Cartridges 4 Planet Ark.
  • Tim Webster News Grab #1 (3.67MB wav file)
    By recycling more than 18 million used printer cartridges through the Cartridges 4 Planet Ark program, Australians have prevented 8400 tonnes of valuable resources including metals and plastics from going into landfill.
  • Tim Webster News Grab #2 (2.55MB wav file)
    E-waste is an increasing problem so it's great that people are taking the issue seriously and recycling their printer cartridges through the Cartridges 4 Planet Ark program.
  • Tim Webster News Grab #3 (4.83MB wav file)
    The next time you replace your home or office cartridge, drop the empty one in the special box at your local Officeworks or Australia Post outlet. Your workplace may be eligible for a box too. Find your nearest drop off location by visiting Cartridges.PlanetArk.org or calling the hotline on 1800 24 24 73.
  • Tim Webster News Grab #5 (3.61MB wav file)
    Printer cartridges are a form of electronic waste, and e-waste is one of the fastest growing areas of waste. More than 77 bags of cartridges are diverted from landfill every day through Cartridges 4 Planet Ark.

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