More than 30 years after IBM introduced the Personal Computer, 1,500,000 Australian households (17%) still lack access to computers and the internet. Almost all of those households earn less than $40,000/year, and while many see the social and economic benefits of getting connected, the cost of technology and access to training is a significant barrier. We strive to overcome the inequities caused by a lack of access.
WorkVentures helps these households connect through projects including:
Leading e-waste recycling firm, TES-AMM, recently hosted an industry briefing session to discuss plans to ramp up battery recycling programs in Australia. WorkVentures was there to look at the state of battery recycling here and overseas.
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