Home About Contact FAQ Search Submit
RECYCLING WASTE AT HOME
Paper and Cardboard
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.
Glass
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 canít be recycled. Read our fact sheet to become the expert.
Battery Recycling
Batteries are made up of heavy metals and other toxic elements which can be harmful to our environment. Unfortunately there are limited resources for battery recycling.
Plastic
Year after year plastics are the most common rubbish item found on Clean Up Australia Day. Recycling them saves energy, valuable resources and helps to protect our environment. Our fact sheets gives you valuable information.
Organic Waste
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.
Electronic Waste
Perpetual advances in technology mean that many business update PCs regularly. But where do these old computers end up?
Metal
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.
 
Web hosting by Anchor         HOME ABOUT CONTACT FAQ PRIVACY SITEMAP CLEAN UP THE WORLD