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Tailored to kickstart your bottle collecting adventure with flair and effectiveness, these bins are the perfect addition to your current Ecobin line up or beginning your journey into the world of recycling, our 10c bottle collection bins make turning waste into reward both effortless and stylish.
How To Claim Your 10c Refund
Embrace the Containers For Change eco-initiative and turn your recycling efforts into a rewarding experience.
Discover how to get involved and locate your nearest container collection point to start making a difference today!
Ready to make a colossal eco-impact with the billions of drink containers used each year? Containers for Change is here, transforming your recycling habits into real, positive change for both our environment and communities. By getting involved, not only are you helping to keep our country beautiful, but you're also contributing to job creation and boosting local economies. It's all about recycling more, taking pride in your neighbourhoods, and showing the power of collective eco-action!
Containers for Change FAQs
Simple as can be! Collect eligible containers, drop them off at a refund point, and earn 10 cents per container or choose to donate. It's an easy way to make a difference.
Most drink containers between 150ml and 3L are good to go – think aluminium, glass, plastic, steel, and liquid paperboard. Just check they're on your state's list and the containers have the refund mark. The exact list of accepted and not accepted containers will depend on your state. Visit your states Containers For Change website to see your full list.
Yep, there are a few. Plain milk containers, cask wine, large juice and flavoured milk containers over 1L, concentrated cordials, and certain health tonics aren't part of the scheme. The exact list of accepted and not accepted containers will depend on your state. Visit your states Containers For Change website to see your full list.
Absolutely! Keep using your regular kerbside recycling bin for those. Every bit of recycling counts.
These are a bit special. They don't need to show the 10c mark until January 2027, but you can still return them for a refund right now!
They're dotted all around your state, from metro to regional spots. Check out your state's Containers for Change website for your nearest location.
Definitely! It's a great way to fundraise and contribute to sustainability efforts. Set up a collection point or encourage members to donate their refunds.