In January 2019,  Minca Cases partnered with Mobile Muster to help keep old mobiles and accessories out of landfill; by recycling them! Read below to hear more about the organisation and how you can get involved.


MobileMuster is the only Australian not-for-profit government accredited mobile phone & accessory recycling program. This free recycling program enables everyone to play their part in keeping old mobiles & accessories out of landfill - ensuring they are recycled in a safe, secure and ethical way.  MobileMuster partners with TES, a global leader in electronic waste recycling, to maximise recovery rates and ensure all mobile phone components are processed in an environmentally responsible manner. Through the recycling process, over 99% of the materials are recovered.

None of the items collected are re-sold for re-use. Since 1998, MobileMuster has collected over 1,400 tonnes of mobile waste within Australia - including over 13 million mobile phones and batteries plus more than 574,000kgs of accessories which have been kept out of landfill. 



Minca Cases has a MobileMuster recycling box at our HQ. You can send us any old mobile phones and/or accessories you wish you recycle. Our address is ‘PO BOX 773, Currumbin, QLD, Australia.’ Please specify the item/s are sent as part of the recycling program.


Alternatively, there are 1,000’s of different MobileMuster drop off locations around Australia you can directly drop your devices too, enter you suburb here to see where you can drop off: If you are unable to drop-off your mobile phone and/or accessories; you can pick up a free MobileMuster satchel available from your nearest AusPost outlet.



  • 99% of the materials used in mobiles & accessories are recyclable.
  • Mobile phone cases are also recyclable! As we love our planet, Minca Cases 100% recommends to recycle your mobile phone case once you upgrade devices.
  • The materials from your devices/accessories can be used to make new products.
  • There are an estimated 23 million old unused mobiles in drawers at home and in the workplace.
  • Mobiles & mobile phone cases should never be thrown out; they’re not biodegradable.


For more info, check out or email us at


Thank you! x

January 14, 2019
Tags: Recycling


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Blaine Loggins said:


Hello! I realize this is sort of off-topic however I needed to ask. Does managing a well-established website such as yours require a lot of work? I am completely new to writing a blog but I do write in my journal on a daily basis. I’d like to start a blog so I will be able to share my experience and thoughts online. Please let me know if you have any ideas or tips for brand new aspiring bloggers. Thankyou!

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Brianna said:

Hi there, was wondering if I could post through shipping my old phone cases to you.

Warren Crawford said:

I have around 800 gel phone cases that I’d like to recycle.

I can’t really afford to post them to you, do you have any suggestions?


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