We love getting to know our Over the Counter collection point operators and their teams that provide services to the local communities across NSW. Artwork by David Lee Pereira
TOMRA Cleanaway celebrated a weekend of strong container returns across NSW over the first weekend of December 2020.
Celebrating International Day of People with Disability – 3 December 2020
TOMRA Cleanaway Celebrates National Recycling Week 2020 with 4.5 billion containers returned through the Return and Earn Container Deposit Scheme
Over 650 delegates from Australia and across the globe subscribed to the highly anticipated session on circular economy. In his presentation, James provided the highlights regarding how the TOMRA Cleanaway network for Return and Earn in NSW is utilising “Real time data delivering a world class container deposit network”.
While perhaps best known for its Artesian Bore Baths and Chambers of the Black Hand, the remote town is also the site of one of Return and Earn’s most celebrated return points.
This year Narrandera Shire Council willingly embraced the Return and Earn scheme by installing a Reverse Vending machine (RVM) at the entrance to the Narrandera Waste Depot.
The creation of a Return and Earn Collection Point at the Wilcannia Aboriginal Land Council had a really positive environmental effect in the community
Cecil Hills Primary School collected bottles and cans to raise money. The container deposit scheme was the perfect initiative to engage students in a sustainability activity.
UNSW has successfully expanded their sustainability outcomes at the Kensington Campus by partnering with TOMRA Cleanaway and hosting a reverse vending machine.
The artwork, is a tangible illustration of the plastic waste epidemic in our oceans and encourages individuals to be more environmentally.
Bourke Laundry Services were the first Over The Counter collection point in December 2017. The Return and Earn scheme in the Bourke Shire has been welcomed with open arms.