Logitech New Zealand joins forces with TechCollect NZ members at Apple, Canon NZ, Dell Technologies New Zealand, HP New Zealand, Microsoft, Toshiba and the Warehouse Group to support New Zealanders to manage their e-waste using environmentally sound practices and contribute to the development of an effective regulated e-product stewardship scheme in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Logitech is a household brand in New Zealand and many Logitech products can be found in homes, schools and offices across the country. Committed to sustainability, Logitech New Zealand is supporting TechCollect NZ’s efforts to provide a free national e-waste management service for ICT equipment and recommend the best options for an ongoing e-product stewardship scheme that matches Aotearoa’s unique setting.
TechCollect NZ provides a proven framework that addresses and progresses members’ social and sustainability goals. By joining TechCollect NZ, Logitech New Zealand demonstrates its dedication to its values around:
- Designing a positive future – Defying the logic of the past to create a more equitable and climate positive world.
- Focusing on climate solutions – Working hard to reduce our carbon impact that leads to a positive impact on the planet.
- Embracing circularity – Transitioning to more circular materials and looking for new ways to reduce waste and extend the life of products, components and materials.
- Designing for an inclusive world – Celebrate and partner with those who are championing diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice in their communities.
- Taking action – Applying new logic to big challenges and working collaboratively to create a better world.
TechCollect NZ Senior Policy Manager, Michael Dudley comments, “TechCollect NZ thanks Logitech New Zealand and its global team of sustainability and product stewardship experts for committing their valuable time and resources to support the vital mahi we are leading in Aotearoa. Logitech New Zealand’s contributions mean that we can continue to offer our free, safe and responsible e-waste collection and recycling service without government funding support, and this is an important step towards a regulated scheme.”
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