Sydney, 26 May 2015 As part of Green Week, MobileMuster will be showcasing an installation piece on Monday, 1st June at the markets in the Tower building and Alumni Green, close to the venue of World Resources Forum Asia-Pacific, which begins that day. The art piece will be made from old mobile phones to represent an iconic Sydney image. Delegates attending the World Resources Forum can bring along their old mobiles and accessories and drop them off at the MobileMuster collection tube. MobileMuster promises to keep old mobiles out of landfill and recycle them in a safe, secure and ethical manner, placing reuseable commodities back into the supply chain. MobileMuster is the Australian mobile phone industry’s official product stewardship program.
Meanwhile, the WRF Secretariat has published the final program, featuring speakers from across the globe, including from Finland, Japan, Germany, USA, India, South Korea and Switzerland. Days 1 and 2 are jam-packed with interactive workshops, with topics including business model innovations, creating wealth from waste, global resource governance and energy productivity. Across all three days there will be presentations from business, government and research thought leaders, as well as plenty of time for networking. With the Vivid festival now underway, the harbour cruise and dinner on Monday night are sure to be a memorable night.