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Recycle unwanted electronic goods

THE dumping of old mobile phones and other electronic goods is a growing problem across the country, but Ipswich residents now have access to a convenient way to safely dispose of such items.

The new Storage King E-Waste Recycling Box has been developed in partnership with MobileMuster and ECOACTIV, allowing unwanted electronics to be recycled responsibly.

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Ipswich residents can pick up an E-waste Recycling Box from the nearest Storage King store, fill it with old computers, printers and mobile phones and return it to Storage King.

An E-Waste Recycling Box can be purchased for $3.50 and can be filled with any old mobile phones, laptops, power cords and accessories.

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