|Documents including WEEE flows/quantities
|MobileMuster - Annual report 2022
|MobileMuster, 2022: Managed by the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA), MobileMuster programme has continued to provide a worldclass recycling service and developing new initiatives to meet its annual target of volume of mobile phones and accessories collected, annual collection rate, landfill diversion rate, recycling rate, and program accessibility.
|Addressing the Barriers: A needs assessment of product stewardship in Australia
|Product Stewardship Centre of Excellence, 2021: This white paper presents insights from a survey conducted by the Product Stewardship Centre of Excellence to gain a better understanding of the needs of the many organisations involved in product stewardship in Australia. The responses have helped to identify key areas for the Centre to develop resources and guidance, with a particular focus on scheme design governance, business case development, logistics, free-riders, accreditation, performance indicator, marketing and communications.
Author(s): Rachael Wakefield-Rann; and Nick Florin.
|MobileMuster - Annual report 2021
|MobileMuster, 2021: Managed by the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA), MobileMuster programme has continued to provide a worldclass recycling service and developing new initiatives conducting to a 25% increase in annual collections.
NTCRS Scope Expansion
|Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform Limited (ANZRP), 2020: The purpose of this White Paper is to provide recommendations on the best options to broaden the scope of the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) to include all electrical and electronic equipment (EEE).
Author(s): Carla Vasconi; and Michael Dudley.
|Insights into mobile phone use, reuse and recycling 2020
|Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA), 2020: This report provides greater understanding of Australians' behaviour and analysis on the changing nature of their habits regarding use, reuse and recycle of mobile phones. The report is based on annual market research undertaken by IPSOS. The independent market research is conducted on an annual basis using a sample size of approximately 1000 people and provides a demographic representative sample of the Australian population.
|MobileMuster - Annual report 2020
|MobileMuster, 2020: Annual report of Australian mobile phone compliance scheme.
|MobileMuster - Annual report 2019
|MobileMuster, 2019: Annual report of Australian mobile phone compliance scheme.
|MobileMuster - Annual report 2018
|MobileMuster, 2018: Annual report of Australian mobile phone compliance scheme.
|MobileMuster - Annual report 2017
|MobileMuster, 2017: Annual report of Australian mobile phone compliance scheme.
|Organised Crime in Australia 2017
|Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC), 2017: The Organised Crime in Australia 2017 (OCA 2017) report provides a snapshot of serious and organised crime in Australia, exploring existing and emerging organised crime threats affecting the Australian community and national interests. Information presented is intended to inform readers of the current trends in Australian crime markets and to provide information on how the Australian Government is addressing the threat of serious and organised crime to Australia.
|Transnational Environmental Crime Project
|Australian National University, 2012-2016: The project investigates emerging trends in transnational environmental crime and examines the conditions for successful regulatory and enforcement responses.
|Organised Crime in Australia 2015
|Australian Crime Commission (ACC), 2015: Biennial public report that delivers a current picture of the serious and organised crime environment in Australia. It outlines the existing and emerging organised crime threats impacting the Australian community and national interests, what includes "pollution caused by the dumping of hazardous waste, illegal discharge and e-waste".
|Global e-waste systems - Insights for Australia from other developed countries
|Australian&New Zealand Recycling Platform (ANZRP) by the Economist Intelligence Unit, 2015: This report is intended to research the e-waste systems of a select group of advanced economies to develop insights that can be applied to the Australian market. Other than the focus on Australia, the scope of this research is limited to three other advanced economies e-waste: Germany, Finland and Japan.