Knowing how to recycle your waste properly can be confusing and overwhelming when you don't have all the right information. We hope that this page helps clear up the facts and allows you to recycle your waste with confidence.
If you live here in Perth, firstly check out our Perth Recycling Guide for some of the easiest avenues for recycling. Below we have pulled together some of the best online resources for finding where to recycle all kinds of items no matter where you live in Perth or Australia.
|Our Articles pages contain many free, online resources. Click here to see our range of recycling tips, guides and tutorials.|
|Everything you need to know about recycling in your area. Particularly great for figuring out exactly what you can and cannot put in your curb-side yellow-top recycling bin. Love their A to Z guide. Definitely one to check out.|
|An awesome platform for searching drop off points for all kinds of recyclable materials, including hard-to-recycle items like aerosols, batteries, car parts, textiles, light globes, metals, medicines, polystyrene, electronics, tyres, and more. Search by area or by material.|
|Australia's recycling collection for hard-to-recycle items. Local businesses and organisations volunteer to become drop off locations and send the recyclable items to TerraCycle. Our Urban Revolution store is home to seven TerraCycle collections but head to their website to see what and where other collections can be found in your area.|
|This WA company specialises in E-waste recycling. They are passionate about not letting electronic waste end up in landfill and recover hundreds of tonnes of materials from non-working electronic devices each month. Drop off all your old electronics for recycling for free or engage them for secure data destruction for old or damaged ICT devices.|
The REDcycle Program is a voluntary, industry-led initiative developed by Melbourne-based organisation, RED Group. It is a true product stewardship model where manufacturers, retailers and consumers are sharing the responsibility to reduce the amount of plastic packaging going to landfill. RED Group has teamed up with Coles, Woolworths and some of Australia’s most popular brands to reduce the amount of plastic packaging going to landfill.
|This worldwide network encourages everyday people to take charge of solving the plastic problem. Precious Plastics provide open-source blueprints and instructions for building small-scale plastic recycling facilities for communities. We have a Precious Plastics Perth group here in Vic Park.|
|This volunteer-run organisation is WA's first plastic sorting and recycling facility. They collect all plastic types 1 (PE) and 2 (HDPE) as well as aluminium cans and glass through their schools program, events recycling program, and public drop-off days on the first Saturday of every month.|