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June 9, 2024
  • Cambridge Lions Market

    June 9, 2024  8:30 am - 1:00 pm
    Cambridge Memorial Park, Cambridge 3434, New Zealand

    A team of Urban Miners will be selling refurbished devices such as PCs, laptops, tablets and cellphones. Our team of experts have assessed these as being too good to dismantle for recycling and have given them a new lease of life. These are still old machines so overall life-expectancy and battery health will not be as good as brand new devices and we have priced them accordingly.
    Urban Miners are a not-for-profit social enterprise and proceeds are used to keep our e-waste recycling fees as low as possible.
    While we always aim to run our stall at the market, we rely on good weather on the day, as electronic equipment and rain are not a good combination! So please keep an eye on our FaceBook page for cancellations on the morning of the event if the weather is poor.
    Market website: https://www.cambridgemarket.nz/

     

June 16, 2024
  • Cambridge E-Waste Collection

    June 16, 2024  9:00 am - 11:00 am
    Cambridge High School, 25 Swayne Road, Cambridge 3493, New Zealand

    Bring your e-waste along to our Cambridge collection day outside Cambridge High School. There is a small per-item cost involved in disposing of your e-waste - see our website at urbanminers.nz for the latest pricelist. This is purely to cover our costs. Urban Miners is run by Cambridge Rotary, Te Awamutu Rotary and community volunteers and is not for profit.
    If it has a plug, a battery, or a solar panel and is at the end of its useful life it becomes electronic waste (e-waste). Many people simply send these products to landfill - we want to stop this and get our community members recycling their e-waste!

     

July 7, 2024
  • Te Awamutu E-Waste Collection

    July 7, 2024  9:00 am - 11:00 am
    420 Albert Park Drive, Te Awamutu 3800, New Zealand

    Bring your e-waste along to our Te Awamutu collection day in the car park of the ASB Te Awamutu Sports Club SH3. There is a small per-item cost involved in disposing of your e-waste - see our website at urbanminers.nz for the latest pricelist. This is purely to cover our costs. This is a joint venture between Cambridge and Te Awamutu Rotary clubs, is run entirely by volunteers, and is not for profit.
    If it has a plug, a battery, or a solar panel and is at the end of its useful life it becomes electronic waste (e-waste). Many people simply send these products to landfill - we want to stop this and get our community members recycling their e-waste!

     

July 14, 2024
  • Cambridge Lions Market

    July 14, 2024  8:30 am - 1:00 pm
    Cambridge Memorial Park, Cambridge 3434, New Zealand

    A team of Urban Miners will be selling refurbished devices such as PCs, laptops, tablets and cellphones. Our team of experts have assessed these as being too good to dismantle for recycling and have given them a new lease of life. These are still old machines so overall life-expectancy and battery health will not be as good as brand new devices and we have priced them accordingly.
    Urban Miners are a not-for-profit social enterprise and proceeds are used to keep our e-waste recycling fees as low as possible.
    While we always aim to run our stall at the market, we rely on good weather on the day, as electronic equipment and rain are not a good combination! So please keep an eye on our FaceBook page for cancellations on the morning of the event if the weather is poor.
    Market website: https://www.cambridgemarket.nz/

     

July 21, 2024
  • Cambridge E-Waste Collection

    July 21, 2024  9:00 am - 11:00 am
    Cambridge High School, 25 Swayne Road, Cambridge 3493, New Zealand

    Bring your e-waste along to our Cambridge collection day outside Cambridge High School. There is a small per-item cost involved in disposing of your e-waste - see our website at urbanminers.nz for the latest pricelist. This is purely to cover our costs. Urban Miners is run by Cambridge Rotary, Te Awamutu Rotary and community volunteers and is not for profit.
    If it has a plug, a battery, or a solar panel and is at the end of its useful life it becomes electronic waste (e-waste). Many people simply send these products to landfill - we want to stop this and get our community members recycling their e-waste!

     

August 4, 2024
  • Te Awamutu E-Waste Collection

    August 4, 2024  9:00 am - 11:00 am
    420 Albert Park Drive, Te Awamutu 3800, New Zealand

    Bring your e-waste along to our Te Awamutu collection day in the car park of the ASB Te Awamutu Sports Club SH3. There is a small per-item cost involved in disposing of your e-waste - see our website at urbanminers.nz for the latest pricelist. This is purely to cover our costs. This is a joint venture between Cambridge and Te Awamutu Rotary clubs, is run entirely by volunteers, and is not for profit.
    If it has a plug, a battery, or a solar panel and is at the end of its useful life it becomes electronic waste (e-waste). Many people simply send these products to landfill - we want to stop this and get our community members recycling their e-waste!

     

August 11, 2024
  • Cambridge Lions Market

    August 11, 2024  8:30 am - 1:00 pm
    Cambridge Memorial Park, Cambridge 3434, New Zealand

    A team of Urban Miners will be selling refurbished devices such as PCs, laptops, tablets and cellphones. Our team of experts have assessed these as being too good to dismantle for recycling and have given them a new lease of life. These are still old machines so overall life-expectancy and battery health will not be as good as brand new devices and we have priced them accordingly.
    Urban Miners are a not-for-profit social enterprise and proceeds are used to keep our e-waste recycling fees as low as possible.
    While we always aim to run our stall at the market, we rely on good weather on the day, as electronic equipment and rain are not a good combination! So please keep an eye on our FaceBook page for cancellations on the morning of the event if the weather is poor.
    Market website: https://www.cambridgemarket.nz/

     

August 18, 2024
  • Cambridge E-Waste Collection

    August 18, 2024  9:00 am - 11:00 am
    Cambridge High School, 25 Swayne Road, Cambridge 3493, New Zealand

    Bring your e-waste along to our Cambridge collection day outside Cambridge High School. There is a small per-item cost involved in disposing of your e-waste - see our website at urbanminers.nz for the latest pricelist. This is purely to cover our costs. Urban Miners is run by Cambridge Rotary, Te Awamutu Rotary and community volunteers and is not for profit.
    If it has a plug, a battery, or a solar panel and is at the end of its useful life it becomes electronic waste (e-waste). Many people simply send these products to landfill - we want to stop this and get our community members recycling their e-waste!

     

Sponsors

Urban Miners would like to thank our principal sponsors Waipā District Council Waste Minimisation Fund, Cambridge Community Board, Te Awamutu Community Board, and Waipā District Council for their support. We are also grateful for the support of our other sponsors as shown below.