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Environmental Statement

Here at The Listening Post, we endeavor to do our bit for the environment.  

"We sell products that are built to last"

 Built to Last

Built to outlast your Grandchildren


We choose to stock products that are built to last - not throw away items. We ensure these products are well supported with spare parts and repair services, to “keep them on the road” for longer too.


Where we can, we choose products that are packaged in recyclable materials and we ask our distributors to do the same of their suppliers.


All cardboard boxes are flattened and recycled at council recycling facilities.


All product packaging is separated, with plastics and printed materials recycled via curb side recycling


"We take all reasonable steps to recycle packaging"

Polystyrene Overload

We pay to have our Polystyrene reused


Freight packaging is stored and reused, with screwed up old newspapers being our preferred packing material.


In Christchurch our Polystyrene is recycled by Mastaguard, where it is exported for concrete production.


In Wellington, starting from October 2016, our Polystyrene will be used by PolyPalace for use in roading materials for the McKay's - Pekapeka Expressway. This is one of the only genuinely useful means of reducing polystyrene going to land-fill. We recommend all businesses that have waste polystyrene pay for this service.


Un-repairable electronics are stripped, sorted and recycled. Cable off cuts, scrap metal, even unused nuts, bolts and screws are all sorted and recycled.

In the office all shredded paper is recycled by Mastagard.


In the staff room all milk and beer bottles, cans, plastic food containers and even take away coffee cups are cleaned and recycled via curb side recycling where it is available.

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