Croxley Recycling – A Unique Solution to a World of Electronic Waste
New Zealand’s only e-waste recycler with Environmental Choice certification.
The world generates a huge amount of electronic waste. Every office and most homes will have several items of electronic equipment with a finite life.
When it becomes superseded, unrepairable or just plain unwanted, it’s a problem. One that Croxley Recycling helps solve every day.
Electronic waste (e-waste) is a complex mix of plastic and metals. The challenge is to dismantle and separate them, so that the plastic componentry can go to plastic recyclers and the metal components (often quite valuable) can go to a specialist metal recycler.
The alternative – it goes to landfill.23 Jul 2018
Free To Learn
It’s a surprising fact that the top universities in the world actively recruit home-schooled students for their freshman class. The reason they do so is because these students have primarily been free to study what interests them most, and have “learned how to learn” while doing so. (Business Insider, Chris Weller, 2015) While standardised tests are too often the criteria upon which education outcomes are measured, acceptance into top post-secondary institutions is another good way to measure student outcomes for secondary schools. This criterion is an accurate gauge about the effectiveness of schooling. It goes beyond celebrating test-taking skills by also demonstrating the real-world value of student-directed learning.10 Sep 2017
Croxley to take on the All Blacks!
The All Blacks are coming to Croxley with an exclusive, officially-licensed range of stationery products. These are the only stationery products authorised to carry the All Blacks’ name. This is a fantastic win-win for two iconic brands that are part of this country’s identity. The All Blacks are New Zealand’s iconic sports brand, while Croxley are equally iconic in the classroom.23 Jun 2017
Savai’i gets taste of “Golden Experience”26 Apr 2017
Croxley set for the Golden Experience Trade Promotion16 Apr 2017
Announcement of Steve Ferretti as National Manager07 Apr 2017
Milford Arrives in Style07 Apr 2017