Response to COVID-19.

Updated: 28 March 2020

As the government implements new measures to tackle the spread of COVID-19, Envirobank is also taking additional steps to maintain a safe environment at all our locations and follows the guidance of the Department of Health and the World Health Organisation. The health and safety of our teams and customers are paramount.

You can still recycle your bottles and cans by using our Drop’n’Go services at our pods, or by dropping off your bags at our depots.

Our drivers will stock the Drop’n’Go pods with QR code stickers every day, so you don’t need to worry if you can’t get hold of any orange Envirobank bags. Just pop a sticker on your own durable bag and register your drop-off in Crunch.

Orange bags are still available at Envirobank depots, but there’s a limit of 10 bags per customer, so please show your Crunch account number or your Scheme ID when picking up empty bags from a depot.

If you’re visiting our depots, please note that as the bank cash reserves may be affected by the banks quarantining physical dollars as a precautionary step, we ask you for your patience if there is no cash available and suggest that you opt for a digital payment instead.

If you’re not a member of Crunch, find out more about the convenience of recycling for rewards and sign up today.

Our customer service team remains committed to delivering responsive support to you during the time of uncertainty. Please let us know if you have any concerns or if there is anything we can do to help.


Cancelled NSW Pop-up Collections

The following pop-up collections in NSW have been cancelled:

Sunday 22nd March
Whale Beach
South Curl Curl

Sunday 5th April
North Avoca
The Lakes
North Entrance

Sunday 12th April – Easter Sunday
Ocean Beach

Sunday 19th April
Helensburgh-Stanwell Park
Cooks Hill

Sunday 26th April – Anzac Weekend
(Planned to be the final weekend)
Whale Beach
South Curl Curl