Containers for Kids’. In partnership with the Starlight Children’s Foundation, the campaign aims at raising $250,000 to brighten the lives of sick kids.
Team TOMRA Cleanaway again participated in the ‘7 Bridges Challenge’, with an amazing effort the team raised $2,200!
Bermagui Marine Rescue protects the community enjoying the coastal region and is a featured charity on the local Return and Earn return vending machine (RVM) in Bermagui. The charity also has supporters who donate their container refunds in cash.
Cleanaway’s Administration Officer Ma Vilma Ortega, always smiling and helping others through any challenge.
Located on a former brewers site in the mid-North coast of NSW, Grafton Container Return has come full circle, now providing the citizens of the region with the opportunity to gain their 10c refund on eligible bottles and containers.
The Inner West has a new location for locals to Return and Earn with the opening of a reverse vending machine (RVM) at White Bay Power Station in Rozelle. Inner West Council residents are enthusiastic recyclers, having returned more than 94.4 million containers since Return and Earn launched in December 2017, resulting in more than $9.4 million in refunds back into the hands of the community.
TOMRA Cleanaway Congratulates the Australia Day Environmental Citizen of the Year award winners for 2021! Congratulations go to Coonabarabran High School’s D7 Support Unit Class and ‘Hampers of Hope’ from the Griffith City Council.
Koryce and Lily spent a week travelling almost 3,000kms visiting 23 of our return point operators and completed operational check-ins along the way throughout the Riverina.
“Canterbury-Bankstown residents are to be commended for their enthusiastic recycling, having returned more than 200 million containers since Return and Earn launched in December 2017,” said James Dorney, CEO of TOMRA Cleanaway, network operator of the scheme.