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Reverse Vending Machines

Insert your empty cans or drink bottles in exchange for credits or vouchers

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Container Deposit Scheme

We offer an efficient technological and innovative approach

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Envirobank Recycling Depots

Receive a cash refund or reward for each container you recycle

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About Us

Everyone understands that recycling is important but how many of us actively recycle especially when we are away from home?

Our current methods of recycling require  improvement if we are to accomplish zero waste to landfill targets set by many organisations. Over 35% of the waste stream is made up of recyclables, a large portion of this still ends up in landfill due to contamination.

Envirobank was founded in 2008 to address the issue of contaminated public place recycling, utilising state of the art RVM technology  to incentivise, educate and reward consumers for recycling. Our network is expanding rapidly and continues to grow as more and more consumers and retailers understand that recycling pays in more ways than one.

In addition to  our  Reverse Vending Machines, Envirobank has evolved into a major player in the cash for containers market bringing efficient automated solutions to both depots and the beverage industry alike.

What we can accomplish today through the use of technology might just be a game changer tomorrow.

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