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Do you red-cycle?

By Dianne . Created on 04 Sep, 2019
Do you red-cycle your soft plastics?
Current Affairs 212 votes | 8 Comments
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What's Red-cycling?

What's Red-cycling?

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What's Red-cycling?
Belinda said on Oct 23, 2019
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What's Red-cycling?
Kay said on Sep 8, 2019
I knew about the bins at the supermarkets but I didn't know it was called redcycle.
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muz51 said on Sep 5, 2019
Sure do. Everything I can. I recycle everything I can, but I have to agree with Carol. Shame on our councils and our government.
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Sandra said on Sep 4, 2019
I know that both Coles and Woolworths have the redcycle. I do think their plastics collected is used to make stuff, including things like park type benches (unlike the other recycled stuff via council pickups). Hopefully an enterprising company will come up with ways to use the council type recycling. When we were exporting it surely the other countries were using it for something. Come on Australian companies a...
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Carol said on Sep 4, 2019
I am all for recycling but it is a shame & absolute disgrace that we have all this stuff piled high in warehouses that could have or should have been used to make many products.
What's Red-cycling?
Mrs said on Sep 4, 2019
I had never heard of it. Maybe they need to put up big signs at the supermarkets so their customers know. Or is it only in capital cities?
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Cherie said on Sep 5, 2019
The bins have been at every coles and woolies for years. Usually not in a very conspicuous place, especially coles. The woolies ones are actually green and the coles ones are black now, not red. They should be more obvious but now you know so get into it :)
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Sandra M said on Sep 4, 2019
For those who don't know, red-cycle is a supermarket thing - I think maybe only Coles at present - where you can return all your soft plastics (chip packets, biscuit packets, plastic bags, whatever you can scrunch up) into a red bin at the front of the store and they will recycle it into new packaging. They're almost always overflowing, so having a bag to put your other wrapping in is a good plan.
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Cherie said on Sep 5, 2019
Woolworths has had them for years too
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Lidia said on Sep 4, 2019
Disappointing that so many people don't know about it or are not interested. It is really easy and makes a huge difference.
What's Red-cycling?
Jim Aitchison said on Sep 4, 2019
Does it really? Are all these stories in the news and current affairs on TV about warehouses full of plastic rubbish and alleged "recyclables" now being refused entry into Malaysia and China (notwithstanding contracts signed and payments made) just furphies, then?