“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.
Vesna Davidovic is one of TOMRA Cleanaway’s management team members and is consistently leading by example by proactively engaging and learning more about our services and service delivery for the NSW container deposit scheme, Return and Earn.
Recently, Vesna joined a passionate operator from Cleanaway, Michael Clark for a ride along. The ‘ride along’ is an immersive experience, highlighting the activities our operators conduct daily to keep our network up and running.
Thanks for providing us with a reflection of your experience Vesna.
Tweed Shire locals have a new and convenient location to exchange their eligible bottles and cans for cash with the opening of a new Return and Earn reverse vending machine (RVM) at Pottsville Sports.
Edmondson Park locals now have even greater access to the NSW container deposit scheme, Return and Earn, with the opening of the new Ed.Square Town Centre reverse vending machine. TOMRA Cleanaway are pleased to be contributing to outstanding results at a green star rated community through our network.
An example of a citizen science project is the Marine Debris Tracker Project. In operation for over a decade, the project engages global citizen scientists making use of an app to aid data gather and monitoring of marine litter to inform upstream solutions, like container deposit schemes. Data is actively used by over 25 organisations globally, including locally in Australia.
Today’s announcement by the Victorian Andrews Government regarding the future Container Deposit Scheme has been acknowledged by TOMRA Cleanaway with Chief Executive, James Dorney, describing the decision as “A positive step forward and an outstanding result for the environment, as well as an outstanding win for the Victorian community.”
REDI.e and the Wilcannia Local Aboriginal Land Council are most deserving of their 2020 KAB NSW Litter Prevention Award. Our partnership with the group could not have been achieved without foresight and enthusiasm from the team at Wilcannia. Hosting a return point has supported multiple outcomes, not just considerable local litter reduction, but education and engagement throughout the community. Jenny Thwaites, CEO of the Wilcannia Aboriginal Land Council and Kevin Cattermole who is on the ground project managing operations for the return point, are to be commended for their success in achievement of this award.
TOMRA Cleanaway employs hundreds of people across NSW to deliver network operations for the NSW container deposit scheme, Return and Earn. A common theme across our recent investigation into our employees is the absolute pride our Team take in helping create a better environment and future for the next generation. Another common theme, great relationships! Partnership is at the core of our services, we could not deliver our network without a positive, and collaborative approach.
“It is with great pleasure TOMRA Cleanaway welcomes our newest automated depot to the NSW network for Return and Earn. Providing the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney with even more ways to access the container deposit scheme, Return and Earn. The bulk container processing location will be offering home, business and schools container collection services. Well done to the ReTurnit Team and welcome to Eastern Suburbs Return and Earn.” James Dorney, CEO TOMRA Cleanaway