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 2009

Councillor Celia Wade-Brown directs traffic at the Wellington site. Photo courtesy: Mike Heydon

Nicky Wagner, MP, lends a hand at the Christchurch site

Waiheke Island volunteers ask drivers a few questions

Auckland forklift in operation. Photo courtesy: Henk Stolk

An Auckland volunteer hard at work. Photo courtesy: Henk Stolk

Olympians Barbara Kendall and Peter Fox take a break at the North Shore site. Photo courtesy: Henk Stolk

Kapiti volunteer endures the wet weather

Christchurch volunteers enjoy the sunshine

Auckland volunteers unload a car. Photo courtesy: Henk Stolk

Alexanda site - e-waste all packed up for collection

Wellington volunteers: Nicci Wood, Yanty Ghani, Maggie Horty, Kat Robbie. Photo courtesy: Mike Heydon

National eDay Coordinator Laurence Zwimpfer stacking monitors. Photo courtesy: Mike Heydon

Wellington forklift busy moving e-waste. Photo courtesy: Mike Heydon

Wellington volunteers loading a container with e-waste. Photo courtesy: Mike Heydon

Waiheke Island volunteers happy with a successful day

Far North Volunteers overlooking a job well done

Container full of e-waste ready to be shipped. Photo courtesy: Mike Heydon

Volunteers are briefed at the Christchurch site