With thanks to Sydney start-up RecyleSmart, Mosman residents can now recycle clothing, soft plastics and e-waste through a new home pick-up service. As easy as ordering an Uber, it’s only $2 per bag (and you can recycle two bags for free this October).
Did you know that over 20% of red bin waste could be recycled? RecycleSmart is an innovative waste management company that aims to address these worrying statistics with tech solutions that increase recycling rates and reduce the amount of recyclable materials ending up in landfill.
With pickup services currently available in the City of Canada Bay, Sutherland Shire and Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, RecycleSmart are now crossing the Harbour Bridge for the first time and launching in Mosman! It’s great news for our community that has shown their support for environmental services in the past. And their launch in Mosman is supported by Mosman Council and the EPA Better Waste Recycle Fund.
So How Does It Work?
1. Select the items you want to recycle – for a full list of what RecycleSmart accepts visit www.recyclesmart.com/what-we-collect
2. Then use the RecycleSmart website or app to order your Power PickUp. Leave your bags (any shopping or recyclable bag can be used; RecycleSmart also have their own bag) outside your nominated address. Up to 10 bags can be collected at one time.
3. The RecycleSmart team will then collect your goods and ensure they are recycled correctly
The RecycleSmart Power PickUp service is free for Mosman residents for the month of October – simply use the code MOSMAN20 when booking your PickUp via www.recyclesmart.com or via the RecycleSmart App, available for download via the App Store or Google Play. At other times this service is as affordable as just $2 per bag.
It’s designed to make recycling your tough stuff as easy as ordering an Uber. Their app is also the perfect tool for people wanting to know more about “what goes where”, simply download it and you will always know in which bin a specific item should go.
Use the code MOSMAN20 for free services throughout the month of October.