Is “10c refund at collection depots when sold in SA” Marked On The Label Or Container?
The South Australian Governments Container Deposit Legislation (CDL) adds a 10c refund deposit to the price of certain drinks sold in South Australia.
The 10 cents recycling deposit can be refunded when the empty container, bottle, can or carton, is returned to Pooraka Bottle & Can Recycling Depot Adelaide in South Australia, and for many Adelaide people is how to make money recycling.
Beverages covered by the legislation MUST be purchased in South Australia and show on the label one of these markings:
“10c refund at collection depots when sold in SA”
“10c refund at SA/NT collection depots in State/Territory of purchase”
The 10c refund is often referred to as a ‘container deposit refund’.
Some products covered by Container Deposit Legislation:
- Carbonated soft drinks
- Non–carbonated soft drinks
- Water (plain, still or carbonated)
In all container types up to and including 3 litres.
- Fruit drinks and some juices
- Sports drinks
- Ice teas
- Flavoured milk up to and including 600 mL
- Yakult bottles
- Beers, ales and stout
- Non alcoholic wine
- Pre mixed spirit drinks
*Important Note: Please empty & remove the lid or cap from all containers.
How Much Money Are You Throwing Away Every Week?
(All of these are worth 10 cents each when recycled)
Pooraka Recycling Depot located north east of Adelaide is a favourite recycling centre for people that scout recycling depots living in the northern suburbs of Adelaide but because our convenient opening hours are from 8:30am to 4:30pm, 7 days a week; only closing on New Years Day, Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day people scouting for a recycling company east and west of Adelaide often pay us a visit.