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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eDay 2010

Wellington Mayor, Celia Wade-Brown, and eDay NZ Trust Chair, Laurence Zwimpfer, help out in Wellington

KiwiRail’s Karl Check in action at the Wellington site

Douglas Harre of the eDay NZ Trust directs traffic at Wellington

Ministry for the Environment volunteers – Alex Long and Josie Beruldsen – at Wellington

The Laptop Company volunteers take a break to smile for the camera in Wellington

Forklift drivers in Wellington move pallets of e-waste to the containers

The national communications team tally up the results

Some of the many mobile phones collected at eDay each year

Despite the rain, cars still line up to recycle their e-waste in Christchurch

Volunteers get to work in Christchurch

Smiles from the volunteers at the North Shore site

Cars lining up at the North Shore site

Computer waste accumulates at the Manukau site

Hon Nick Smith, MP for Nelson, helps Nelson College for Girls get ready for eDay

Cars wait for the 9am opening of the Stoke eDay site

Queenstown organiser, Jeremy Bisson, admires the 1981 Sharp computer dropped off for recycling

The eDay container at Matamata College almost full

Oamaru loads up their collection

Volunteers in action at Wanganui

One of the Wanganui organisers, Lisa Talbot, greets drivers in Wanganui

Keyboards pile up in Nelson

Hon Nick Smith, Minister for the Environment, thanks eDay 2010 organisers and partners at a function hosted at Trade Me in Wellington