Recycling a mobile phone is simple. Mobile Muster has over 3,500 drop off points across the country including Battery World.
Mobile Muster, Australia's government accredited mobile phone recycling program, is calling on Australians to dig out and recycle their old mobile phones.
From managing a franchise for another owner to delivering Century Yuasa batteries to Battery World stores across South Australia: Mark Edwards clearly had his eye on owning a franchise and which store he would buy.
When the doors swung open to Matt Fulford's flagship Belmont store (WA) he knew he was on track to achieving a dream he set in 2015 when he bought his first Battery World store.
Rod Harvey may drive a Toyota Celica but there is nothing pedestrian about this sport compact drag car: it is in fact the fastest import car in the southern hemisphere and the fifth quickest in the world.
While smoke alarm regulations differ from state to state there's one clear fact that doesn't: if you haven't got a working smoke alarm you are four times more likely to die in a residential fire than people with a working smoke alarm.
Becoming his own boss may have been the motivation for buying his first franchise in 2016, but local businessman Noel Brennan was unprepared for the satisfaction he felt daily helping his customers solve their problems.
Now that Valentine’s Day is out of the way, Australia’s largest niche battery retailer wants you to celebrate another love – the planet – by going green on National Battery Day on February 18.