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smaller footprints.

Introducing smaller footprints recycling

Together we can take small steps to help the environment and WA’s sick kids. Smaller Footprints is PCHF’s recycling program which allows you to reduce your environmental footprint and support our smallest West Australians. Get involved by recycling your waste with our community and corporate partners.  Money raised through recycling will be donated to Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation to help sick children get well and stay well.  

You can safely and securely recycle:

Australians love using technology. But did you know that we’re some of the biggest producers of eWaste in the world?

When mobile phones, iPads, laptops and other electronic devices are thrown away they are known as eWaste. These devices contain harmful materials such as lead, cadmium and mercury which are dangerous for the environment. If they end up in landfill, they pollute the soil and groundwater, and may eventually end up in the food we eat.So don’t throw out your old mobile devices, recycle them! Bring in your old, unwanted devices and recycle them safely through dedicated recycling bins at your school. Your eWaste will be broken down into usable parts, securely and safely recycled and where possible repurposed into new things.Not only will you be positively impacting our environment, but you’ll also be impacting the lives of WA’s sickest children. Because money raised through the program will be donated to Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation to help fund the new Children’s Hospice. A home away from home, which we’re building to support our sickest children and their families during an incredibly difficult time in their lives.Do your bit to protect our future and help WA’s sickest kids along the way.

Australians love using technology. But did you know that we’re some of the biggest producers of eWaste in the world?

When mobile phones, iPads, laptops and other electronic devices are thrown away they are known as eWaste. These devices contain harmful materials such as lead, cadmium and mercury which are dangerous for the environment. If they end up in landfill, they pollute the soil and groundwater, and may eventually end up in the food we eat.So don’t throw out your old mobile devices, recycle them! Bring in your old, unwanted devices and recycle them safely through dedicated recycling bins at your school. Your eWaste will be broken down into usable parts, securely and safely recycled and where possible repurposed into new things.Not only will you be positively impacting our environment, but you’ll also be impacting the lives of WA’s sickest children. Because money raised through the program will be donated to Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation to help fund the new Children’s Hospice. A home away from home, which we’re building to support our sickest children and their families during an incredibly difficult time in their lives.Do your bit to protect our future and help WA’s sickest kids along the way.

Australians love using technology. But did you know that we’re some of the biggest producers of eWaste in the world?

When mobile phones, iPads, laptops and other electronic devices are thrown away they are known as eWaste. These devices contain harmful materials such as lead, cadmium and mercury which are dangerous for the environment. If they end up in landfill, they pollute the soil and groundwater, and may eventually end up in the food we eat.So don’t throw out your old mobile devices, recycle them! Bring in your old, unwanted devices and recycle them safely through dedicated recycling bins at your school. Your eWaste will be broken down into usable parts, securely and safely recycled and where possible repurposed into new things.Not only will you be positively impacting our environment, but you’ll also be impacting the lives of WA’s sickest children. Because money raised through the program will be donated to Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation to help fund the new Children’s Hospice. A home away from home, which we’re building to support our sickest children and their families during an incredibly difficult time in their lives.Do your bit to protect our future and help WA’s sickest kids along the way.

Australians love using technology. But did you know that we’re some of the biggest producers of eWaste in the world?

When mobile phones, iPads, laptops and other electronic devices are thrown away they are known as eWaste. These devices contain harmful materials such as lead, cadmium and mercury which are dangerous for the environment. If they end up in landfill, they pollute the soil and groundwater, and may eventually end up in the food we eat.So don’t throw out your old mobile devices, recycle them! Bring in your old, unwanted devices and recycle them safely through dedicated recycling bins at your school. Your eWaste will be broken down into usable parts, securely and safely recycled and where possible repurposed into new things.Not only will you be positively impacting our environment, but you’ll also be impacting the lives of WA’s sickest children. Because money raised through the program will be donated to Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation to help fund the new Children’s Hospice. A home away from home, which we’re building to support our sickest children and their families during an incredibly difficult time in their lives.Do your bit to protect our future and help WA’s sickest kids along the way.

Together we can make a real difference. Help us leave smaller footprints.

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