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Search for a Recycler or List a Service

This site makes recycling at work easy and lists recycling options for around 90 different materials. Use the 'Search for service' function to the left of this page to find recyclers near you. If you're a recycler you can list your services by filling out the online registration form.

Search for Recycling Equipment or List your Equipment

The site also lists baling, compacting, shredding, sorting and other equipment to make recycling easier and cheaper for businesses. Search by going to the Recycling Equipment Catalogue. If you’re a supplier you can list your equipment by registering here.

What do Smiths, Kathmandu and Jurlique have in common?

Date: 13-Sep-17
Author: Marty Middlebrook
The Australian Packaging Covenant was formed by industry to strive for environmentally responsible packaging. The recent annual awards ceremony has celebrated the brands making a real difference through responsible packaging.

Keep on recycling

Date: 29-Aug-17
Author: Carol Warwick
The waste and recycling industry has been under the spotlight recently causing Australians to ask "Should we keep recycling?". Planet Ark says yes, and this is why ...

Going plastic free: what does it take?

Date: 24-Jul-17
Author: Rebecca Gilling
What does it take to go plastic free, even for a month, and what are some of the issues to consider? One of our staff member's has taken on the challenge for the month of July.

New Organics Infrastructure Grants Now Open for NSW

Date: 30-Jun-17
Author: Ryan Collins
Applications are now open for Round 5 of the NSW EPA's Waste Less, Recycle More Organics Infrastructure (Large and Small) grants. The grants provide up to $3 million to councils, waste companies and not-for-profits for infrastructure to reuse or recycle source separated food and garden waste that would otherwise go to landfill.

The Positive Results of the War on Waste

Date: 26-Jun-17
Author: Ryan Collins
The ABC's War on Waste has taken the discussion about Australia's waste problems to new heights. And there are, already, several exciting positive outcomes with many more people looking for recycling options. It has made reusable coffee cups cool, super-sized soft plastics recycling and encouraged governments to act.

Waste Contractors & Recyclers Association of NSW (WCRA) Industry Update
Date: 05-May-16
Author: Marty Middlebrook
An afternoon program of Industry Updates followed by a dinner with guest speaker.

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