Recycling drop-off station

Please note recent changes to our accepted items:

OUR BLISTER PACK COLLECTION HAS BEEN SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. More information and what you can do about it can be found here.

Accepted items:

  • Plastic bottle lids and caps
  • Metal bottle caps and jar lids both aluminium and steel. Please sort into aluminium and steel.
  • Pens and marker pens
  • Oral care items - now including electric toothbrush heads, electric toothbrushes and chargers.
  • Bread tags
  • Plastic flower pots (which we also encourage you to take and reuse if you have things to plant.)
  • Plant information labels and tags

Recycling of items not listed above

If you have an item for recycling not listed above and you are not sure where to take it please don't leave it at our volunteer run recycling station. Please contact your local council, go to the Recycle Right WA website or contact us for more options.

Thank you for your cooperation.

We also have coffee grounds to collect

You can also still collect coffee grounds for your compost and worm farm - now neatly in a big wheelie bin!

Recycling Station
Run by our lovely volunteers.

Where is it all going to be recycled?

Where possible we have tried to find local options for some of the items that can be recycled closer to home or that can't be processed by curbside recycling. Our volunteers will be dispatching items to the following:


TerraCycle reuses, upcycles and recycles waste instead of incinerating or landfilling it. We collect pens and markers, oral care, and coffee pods to send to TerraCycle though their targeted recycling programs. Find out more at You might even find a free recycling
option for your workplace or organisation.

SIMS Metal Management

We are collecting metal bottle caps and lids to take to SIMS Metal Management in Malaga for recycling. You can also drop off scrap metal direct to SIMS and they offer free recycling for televisions and e-waste. Find out more at

Aussie Bread Tags for Wheelchairs

A community program where individuals and organisations collect bread tags to raise money to pay for wheelchairs for those in need in South Africa. Tags from some states are still sent to South Africa, where they are sold and turned mainly into seedling trays, but they are now also going to Transmutation in Robe, South Australia who recycle the tags into products such as door knobs and bowls. Find out more at