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September 10, 2007 | by  | in News |
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Brick depots set up on campuses

Vodafone and Telecom are accepting students’ old cellphones to be recycled during Clean Up New Zealand Week this week. Opaque bins are on all campuses for the phones, and phones from both networks can be put in the bins.

The bin locations are as follows:
Kelburn: Cotton; Library Foyer; Kirk L3 Lift Lobby; Hunter L1 Lift Lobby
Pipitea: Rutherford House Ground Floor Foyer; Old Government Building Student Common Room; Railway Station Ground Floor Lift Lobby
Te Aro: Ground Floor Atrium
Karori: Tennant Block L2 Student Common Room

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