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Recycling in General
Recycling is the process of collecting used or discarded ‘waste’ materials and converting them into new products to be used or sold.
Battery Recycling
Batteries are everywhere in our modern life, from mobile phones to cars. If they are not reused or recycled they have a significant environmental impacts at every stage of their life-cycle. Learn how to reduce this impact.
Electronic Waste (E-Waste) recycling
E-waste is one of the fastest growing contributors to our waste stream and has huge impacts on the environment. Learn about the negative impacts of e-waste and how you can help to avoid them....
Glass recycling
Glass can be recycled forever. However just small amounts of other materials mixed in with the glass can cause contamination. So it is important to know what types of glass can and can’t be recycled. Read our fact sheet to become the expert.
Metal recycling
If aluminum, steel or scrap metal, there are ways to recycle all kinds of metal. Check out our fact sheets to see how and where to recycle them.
Mobile Phone Recycling
The disposal of mobile phones are of environmental and health concerns. Read our fact sheet to learn more about it.
Organic waste recycling
Organic waste can be recycled by composting or using a worm farm. Our fact sheets help you to understand the differences and make a decision which option is best for you.
Paper and cardboard recycling
Our consumption of paper is huge and it costs millions of trees - if we don't recycle. Our fact sheet explains why and how to recycle paper and cardboard.
Plastic recycling
Year after year plastics are the most common rubbish item found on Clean Up Australia Day. Recycling them saves energy,rnvaluable resources and helps to protect our environment. Our fact sheets gives you valuable information.