TerraCycle Office Separation - Zero Waste Box™
TerraCycle Office Separation - Zero Waste Box™

TerraCycle Office Separation - Zero Waste Box™

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WHAT YOU CAN RECYCLE

Use this Zero Waste Box to send us any non-recyclable and non-organic waste that is generated in your office. This includes:

  • Art supplies
  • Books and magazines
  • Cleaning accessories
  • Coffee station items such as used coffee pods and cups
  • Fabrics and clothing
  • Flexible and rigid plastic packaging
  • Media storage
  • Office supplies
  • Office furnishings including small electronics
  • Paper packaging
  • Plastic cards
  • Shipping materials

CLICK HERE for a downloadable accepted waste poster

To learn more about reducing waste in the workplace take a look at our blog posts:

This box does not accept magnets, batteries, pressurised canisters, broken glass and medical waste.

About TerraCycle

TerraCycle is the global leader in collecting and repurposing otherwise non-recyclable post-consumer and post-industrial waste. Across 20 countries, TerraCycle creates national platforms to recycle products and packaging that currently go to landfill or incineration, in collaboration with the world’s largest brands (e.g. BIC, Nestle, P&G) and retailers (e.g. Woolworths, ALDI). These programs are sponsored by the brands, making them free for consumers to use.

For waste streams that do not have brand-sponsored program, TerraCycle offers Zero Waste Boxes, a paid solution ensuring these items do not end up in landfill.

Along with 25 top consumer products companies and retailers, TerraCycle recently announced a new e-commerce shopping platform called Loop, which enables consumers to shop their favourite brands in durable, reusable packaging. Loop is live in the US, UK and France, and is coming to Australia late 2021. It was featured as one of the “Best Innovations of the year” by Times Magazine.

Our mission is to eliminate the idea of waste, and to encourage manufacturers, retailers and consumers to see rubbish as a resource that can be repurposed, rather than to be thrown into landfill.