Pooraka Bottle And Can Recycling Centre Adelaide.
Instead of throwing away your used plastic bottles, glass bottles, aluminium drink cans and carboard Tetra packs in the kerbside recycling bin, you have been collecting what is eligible under the South Australian governments container deposit scheme for a 10 cent refund you’re probably looking for a place to take them for recycling and make some money.
For more than 30 years, the recycling centre Adelaide residents have gone to for collection of a 10 cent refund on all CDL containers is Pooraka Bottle And Can Recycling Centre.
Under SA container deposit legislation (CDL), bottles marked with either:
“10c refund at collection depots when sold in SA” or
“10c refund at SA/NT collection depots in State/Territory of purchase”, can be taken to an Adelaide recycling centre to collect 10c refund per eligible container.
Before coming in, regular customers, who know all about the 10 cents recycling scheme in Adelaide, remove lids and straws from their containers and separate out the different types of drink containers into bags and boxes before they come in.
This saves time counting everything, so the friendly staff can pay you much faster, making your visit as quick and convenient as possible.
Scrap Metal Recycling Centre Adelaide
Not only can you make money recycling 10 cent refund beverage containers, you can also bring in scrap metal for cash!
All scrap metal is paid for by weight. See scrap metal prices in Adelaide to find out what the price paid out per kg is for different metals. You’ll also see a list of common items found around the house, including car batteries that can be turned into cash.
The recycling centre Adelaide customers take their 10 cent refund containers and scrap metal for cash to is also a convenient place to swap over your gas bottle, purchase charcoal for your BBQ, red gum firewood and kindling.
For your convenience, Pooraka Bottle And Can Recycling Depot is open 7 days a week.
BEFORE calling us with questions, please look at the answers to frequently asked questions we do get asked every day.