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Each year, approximately three billion beverage containers are generated in QLD alone and are the second most littered item. On 1 November 2018, the ‘Containers for Change’ scheme launched a network for more than 230 refund sites available across the state, where beverage containers could be returned for a 10-cent refund. Whilst helping us all improve our recycling efforts and keep our beautiful environment litter-free, the Containers for Change scheme allows you to donate that refund directly to IT’S NOT OK Projects with every container recycled!
IT’S NOT OK Projects will receive 10c for every bottle donated.
Collect eligible containers. Most aluminium, glass, plastic, steel and liquid paperboard beverage containers between 150ml - 3Ltrs are eligible.
Take them to a containers for change authorised return point. find your local return points here.
Choose to donate the 10-cent refund from collected items to IT’S NOT OK Projects by entering our ID C10171956 at the collection point.
Congratulations! You made a difference! The money will be donated directly to IT’S NOT OK Projects account.
Want to make a bigger impact?
Become a collection point!
Support IT’S NOT OK Projects through a temporary collection point at your event or all year round at your school, workplace or church. Have designated recycling bins on site and our friends at CDS recycling will come to collect them, sort them and take them to an authorised return point. Easy!
For more information on Containers for Change click here.