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What Is An Envirobank Reverse Vending Machine?

Envirobank Reverse Vending Machines (RVM), make sure that the simple act of depositing a can or bottle will make a big difference. Unlike a traditional vending machine where the customer inserts payment for an item that is then dispensed, an Envirobank RVM allows people to insert their empty cans or drink bottles and redeem rewards or cash (SA and NT only).

With limited resources in the world, we need to start preserving them and put an end to wastage. Envirobank’s innovative RVMs are a simple way to start. Taking the necessary steps today ensures our future generations will prosper. Engagement starts when the consumer approaches the Envirobank by serving up targeted messages and videos. Consumers insert their empty aluminium and PET plastic bottles into the Envirobank to start an interactive, educational and rewarding journey.

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Testimonials

 

“Being encouraged to recycle through a rewards system (I’m into recycling anyway, but an incentive system is needed to get people like my Dad involved).”

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World Environment Day is June the 5th- this Sunday. What will you be doing to say 'thank you' to our Earth?
- Monday May 30 - 9:35am

Not to be outdone by the Blues looks like QLD isn't far behind in introducing Cash for Containers! Read more here https://t.co/uoRHkwJOl2
- Monday May 30 - 3:00am

Have you signed up to be a member of Envirobank? Sign up today and start being rewarded for your recycling efforts: https://t.co/KzWexQYVjG
- Sunday May 29 - 9:30pm

We love this new concept from two Aus uni students what an easy way to help recycle particularly when out and about! https://t.co/E1m9tVWnck
- Friday May 27 - 2:05am

Our NT mobile unit will be at Wagait Beach Supermarket in Wagait Beach tomorrow- 28/05/2016 https://t.co/azcV85o8Aa
- Friday May 27 - 1:59am

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