what to REDcycle
The REDcycle Program makes it easy for consumers to keep plastic bags and packaging out of landfill.
do the scrunch test!
Please make sure your plastic is dry and as empty as possible.
Here’s a quick guide to some of the most commonly recycled items:
For the full list of what can be accepted by REDcycle, see below.
We cannot accept;
For a full list of what cannot be accepted by REDcycle, see below.
*If it can’t be accepted by REDcycle, contact your local council to check if it can go in your roadside collection bin.
how to REDcycle
- Collect all the soft plastics that you can’t recycle at home.
- Please ensure they are dry and as empty as possible.
- Drop your soft plastics into your nearest REDcycle collection bin and RED Group will do the rest.
- There are more than 830 participating supermarkets around Australia. Find the REDcycle drop off point nearest to you.
- REDcycle bins are typically located near the checkout. There are currently a few different types of REDcycle bins in use depending on the store so please ask at the customer service desk if you can’t locate the bin.
- The collected plastic is returned to RED Group’s facility for initial processing, then delivered to Victorian manufacturer Replas where it undergoes an incredible transformation.
- Replas uses the material as the resource to produce a huge range of recycled-plastic products, from fitness circuits to sturdy outdoor furniture, bollards, signage and more.
the comprehensive list of what to REDcycle
Please note that the REDcycle Program has been developed for post consumer household plastic. Participating supermarkets are not obliged to accept large volumes of commercial plastic waste.