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Celebrating NAIDOC Week 2024: Blak, Loud and Proud

This NAIDOC Week, we are reminded of the profound role we play in the circular economy. By recycling more and reducing our reliance on virgin materials, we are not only preserving resources but also honouring the principles of sustainability and respect for the environment.

Drop off your 10¢ bottle and can recycling at our Return and Earn pop-ups

Return and Earn by dropping off your 10¢ bottle and can recycling at our pop-up collections.

Tackling hospitality waste with sustainable practices

Sustainable practices are the perfect way to save cash and score green credentials for hospitality businesses. Let's take a look at some of the best modern solutions to save on waste and recoup costs.

10 recycling contaminants that end up in your Yellow bin

If only you could talk to your yellow bin, you'd know a bit more about its interesting diet.

Update: Drop'n'go pod closures

Recently we closed our Drop’n’Go bag drop pods in Queensland. Rest assured, all bags that have been registered and deposited before the pods closed on January 31, 2024 will still be counted and paid.

Stepping stones to 100% Clean Recycling

When it comes to 100% Clean Recycling, every little bit counts in reducing waste and conserving resources.

Celebrating our recycling eco-warriors

When it comes to 100% Clean Recycling, every little bit counts, and our recycling eco-warriors are certainly doing theirs!

Meet Rugby our latest recycling legend

Rugby's got the idea, by just booking a few pickups he's managed to earn over $1500!

How to use Envirobank's Pickup Service

Recycling is easy, especially if you use Envirobank's pickup service. Just collect, put your feet up and we’ll do the rest.

100% Clean Recycling home pickup service

Book a contactless pickup service and get rewarded for recycling. We’ll collect your eligible bottles and cans and pay you while you relax. 

One million changes with Mandy Spooner

What if a million people made one change each? That's the question Mandy Spooner asked herself when she embarked on the zero-waste journey.