Please keep sending us your plastic tags, but there is no need to send cardboard tags – they do not need our specialised recycling. Cardboard tags can be composted at home or via the green bin, or placed in the yellow bin inside e.g. a used envelope to stop them falling through the rollers. Or make good use of them to mulch a plant like we have!
We collect plastic bread tags nationally in Australia. The tags are recycled locally, raising funds to buy wheelchairs for disadvantaged people, mainly in South Africa.
Want to collect for us?
It’s easy – collect bread tags and drop them off at any of our collection points, or post them to us. See some of our collectors in action.
Why not go the next step – get a container, print some signage from our Downloads page and get collecting at your work, school, child care centre, local cafe, hospital, retirement village, nursing home, church, sports club or community centre. Read more …
To find your closest collection point:
– download the list of collection points (PDF) or
– click on the map below, then zoom in to your area and click on the blue
map pins to see the details
Want to host a collection point?
Contact us to register as a collection point where the public can drop their bread tags. You’ll appear on our map so collectors can find you, and we’ll ask you to get the tags to a central collection point in your nearest capital city. Read more …..
What about transport?
But we always need more help shifting tags. If you are are planning a trip to Adelaide from Melbourne or regional SA, VIC or NSW, and have room for a couple of boxes, please get in touch.