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The Ultimate Green Earth Guide

Recycle & Reuse

recycle, reuse and up cycle

Recycling, reusing and upcycling items that would otherwise end up in the landfil is not a new concept. Just ask your grandparents! Nowdays however many of us use things once and don't think twice about throwing it away. This section of our green guide is dedicated to the thoughtful ones who have turned their eco-conscious into useful, beautiful and clever products that have been saved from the landfil.

  • Planet Green

    Planet Green

    Your E-Waste Recycling Solution
    Deliver your unwanted computer E-Waste to Planet Green, or ask us to pick it up.
    All computers etc are dismantled, hard drives & circuit boards are destroyed.
    All toxic chemicals are removed. The CRT monitor glass is recycled.
    Green certificates are issued to customers including serials for redundant asset tracking.


  • Recycling Near You

    Recycling Near You

    This site contains information about the recycling and waste services offered by your council as well as local drop-off options for items including computers, batteries, printer cartridges, mobile phones and many more. To find options near you just enter your postcode.

  • ReGadget


    ReGadget buys old gadgets from customers who no longer have a use for them. We offer an instant cash price for gadgets listed on our website.

  • Mobile Muster

    Mobile Muster

    MobileMuster is the official recycling program of the mobile phone industry. Initiated voluntarily by the Australian telecommunications industry in 1999, its overall aim is to prevent mobile phones ending up in landfill. Individuals can find their nearest drop off point, retailers can set up their own collection box. To 31 March 2011, over 806 tonnes of mobile phone handsets, batteries and accessories had been collected or more than 5.82 million handsets and batteries. So when it comes to old mobile phones, batteries and accessories our message is simple Round 'em up and hand 'em in!"

  • Salvos


    Being thrifty is charitable as well as eco-conscious. The Salvation Stores stock a wide range of products as well as fashion for men, ladies, children and babies. Donations are also a wonderful way of giving back to the community and of not being wasteful. Someone


  • St Vincents de Paul Society

    St Vincents de Paul Society

    Shop for a better world. Or donate your unwanted clothes, home wares, toys or furniture to someone who will want it!


  • Gum tree

    Gum tree

    Gumtree is a simple and easy-to-use tool that lets you quickly find what you might be looking for. You can find everything you need to live your life with the help of your local Gumtree community; from that unique item at a bargain price to your dream machine, a job or a flat, a nanny for your kids, a cuddly pet to adopt or a language teacher and a tennis partner.


    • Stuff for sale, pets, realestate, cars, boats and motorbikes, business services, jobs, freebies and swappable's.

  • The GIVIT List

    The GIVIT List

    GIVIT is run entirely by voluteers, and is a free service for charities, donors and recipients. Givit facilitates the transfer of quality goods and services to reach vulnerable or marginalised individuals, in a safe and confidential manner.Charities help by distributing the goods to the needy and individuals who need help can also list their requests.


  • Freecycle


    The Freecycle Network™ is made up of 4,999 groups with 8,853,943 members around the world. It's a grassroots and entirely nonprofit movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns. It's all about reuse and keeping good stuff out of landfills. Each local group is moderated by local volunteers (them's good people). Membership is free.


  • Metamorfixx


    Metamorfixx is the creation of creative fashionista Petra Hanson. She up-cycles closets by transforming dated and unwanted fashion items into  amazing re-creations! It's a great way to recycle fashion.