eDay Collection Stats

2007 – 2010

Number of cars through eDay sites: 57,700

Estimated number of items collected: 272,900

Estimated total tonnage: 3,220


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Clean up New Zealand’s ewaste

Recycling electronic waste (ewaste) enables the recovery and reuse of valuable materials and ensures toxic materials are not buried in our landfills - so it's better for our environment.

The eDay New Zealand Trust promotes sustainable and responsible ewaste collection and recycling in New Zealand. To move towards a permanent solution, we aim to raise public awareness of the issue, advocate for product stewardship, promote recycling best-practice and organise collection events such as eDay. More.

2017 eWaste Manifesto - read it here

New Zealand faces an ewaste crisis – read the report

How to solve the ewaste crisis

Disposing of ewaste

Unfortunately, we have no national eDay electronic waste collection events planned in the immediate future. Despite strong interest from local communities and support from eDay partners, eDay cannot proceed without substantial central government support.

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