After 1 October 2020, you’ll be able to receive your 10c refund by returning eligible containers to a Containers for Change Refund Point.
Western Australians will have more Refund Points per head of population than any other state or territory.
Reflecting our priority to create opportunities within the community, Refund Points will be operated by a range of different social enterprises, businesses and non-profit organisations.
The role of a Refund Point includes:
- collecting, counting and sorting returned containers
- paying refunds to customers
- preparing materials for transport to a processor
- providing high levels of customer service
To find out how Containers for Change works and what sort of container Refund Points will be in operation, visit our How it works page.
Find out what’s involved in becoming a Containers for Change Refund Point by watching our video series below.
For more information on becoming a Containers for Change Refund Point visit the website of WA scheme coordinator, WARRRL.