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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Recent Accolades


eDay 2008

Volunteers in Whangarei take a break

Cars queue up in Tauranga

volunteers in Blenheim help remove e-waste from a vehicle

e-waste begins to pile up in a container in Christchurch

Labour MP for Otaki Darren Hughes and Di Das take a break from volunteering in Kapiti

Volunteers get to work in Rotorua

Environment Minister Trevor Mallard helps to unload vehicles at the Wellington eDay site.

National Organiser Laurence Zwimpfer with some of the 122 tonnes of e-waste collected at the Wellington eDay site.

Wellington Mayor Kerry Prendergast with some of the many mobile phones disposed of at eDay.

e-waste collected at the Wellington eDay site.

Forklift drivers hard at work at the Wellington eDay site

A volunteer surveys one of the 2,500 drivers dropping off e-waste at the Wellington eDay site.