Recycle and support people seeking asylum

New Return and Earn locations April 20, 2022

You can now make a donation to the Asylum Seekers Centre by recycling your bottles and cans through the Return and Earn scheme.

Most drink containers between 150ml and 3L get a 10-cent refund at Return and Earn machines around Sydney. After you’ve fed your bottles into the machine, choose to donate to the Asylum Seekers Centre at the following locations:

  1. Return and Earn Centre, Blacktown
  2. Return and Earn Centre, Granville
  3. Return and Earn Centre, Guildford
  4. Return and Earn Centre, Padstow
  5. Return and Earn Centre, Rydalmere
  6. Stockland, Baulkham Hills
  7. Baulkham Hills Sports Club, Baulkham Hills
  8. Auburn Redyard, Auburn
  9. Stockland, Merrylands
  10. Lidcombe Centre carpark, Lidcombe
  11. Return and Earn Centre, North Parramatta
  12. Marina Square, Wentworth Point
  13. Auburn Youth Centre, Lidcombe
  14. 156 Woodburn Rd, Berala
  15. Woolworths (basement), Rosehill
  16. Woolworths, Revesby
  17. Bankstown Golf Club, Milperra
  18. Mobil, Silverdale
  19. AMPOL, Wallacia
  20. AMPOL, Luddenham
  21. Cleanaway, Eastern Creek
  22. Eastern Creek Quarter Shopping Centre, Eastern Creek
  23. Woolworths United, Kemps Creek
  24. Winmalee Shopping Centre, Winmalee
  25. Woolworths, Glenorie
  26. Aventus, McGraths Hill
  27. The Pitt Town & District Sports Club, Pitt Town
  28. Richmond Race Club, Richmond
  29. Woolworths, Jordan Springs
  30. Aventus, Marsden Park
  31. HomeCo, Marsden Park
  32. Woolworths, Cecil Hills
  33. Parklea Markets, Parklea
  34. Quakers Inn, Quakers Hill
  35. Cnr The Ponds Blvd & Riverbank Dr, The Ponds
  36.  Woolworths Schofields
  37. United Petroleum, Vineyard

How to recycle

Containers must be in a good condition (not crushed or broken), empty, and have the label attached. Look for the 10c label on the container to see if it’s eligible for a refund.

Refundable: Can (ie soft drinks), bottles (ie beer bottles), cartons, juice boxes or poppers.

Not refundable: Milk containers, glass wine bottles, glass spirit bottles, juice bottles over 1 litre, cordial bottles.

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