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Cash for Containers Victoria

Did you know Victorians can now exchange eligible drink containers for 10 cents through CDS Vic? Go to https://cdsvic.org.au/ for more information.


Drop off points are being added to the system Looks like the nearest reverse vending machine at the moment is:

Merri-bek Council Carpark 797-801 Sydney Road, Brunswick, VIC 3056 Open now until 7:00pm

Reverse Vending Machine (RVM)

(From The Age) How to deposit containers - Do not crush cans, to allow the label to be read and the barcode to be scanned at the refund points - Containers should be emptied - The following items can be redeemed: most aluminium, glass, plastic and liquid paperboard (carton) drink containers between 150ml and 3 litres - Containers should have a 10¢ refund mark on the packaging. - Can be redeemed: beer and other glass bottles, liquid paperboard milk cartons, plastic bottles, aluminium cans, and juice boxes over 150ml - Lids can be kept on - Containers manufactured before, as well as after, November 1 are eligible for redemption. - Cannot be redeemed: Generally containers that are less than 150ml and greater than 3 litres. Plastic milk bottles, cordial bottles, wine and spirit bottles, and juice or flavoured milk containers over one litre. - Many ineligible items like wine bottles, tomato and olive jars can still be put out in kerbside recycling bins.

For more guidelines, go to cdsvic.org.au/eligible-containers

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