StarHub, DHL, TES-AMM launch e-waste recycling programme

Tuesday 16 September 2014 | 14:22 CET | News
Singaporean operator StarHub, cross-border express services provider DHL Express, and TES-AMM, a home-grown electronic waste recycler, have signed a MoU to expand Singapore's first e-waste recycling programme. The partners hope to have e-waste bins at over 100 locations by year-end, to enable Singapore inhabitants to safely dispose of unwanted electronic devices and equipment for free.

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