You may be one of those people who just throw empty cans and bottles into the regular bin and forget about them, but there are overwhelming positives to recycling your bottles and cans, some of which will benefit you directly. By dropping by a place like Thorntons once a month, you could make a huge difference to your bank account, and the environment.
Going green is a great way to do your part for the environment, and a great way to keep South Australia looking beautiful. However an incentive of sorts to do this is always preferable, and that’s exactly what exists with the Container Deposit Legislation (CDL). This scheme provides you with a 10 cent refund per recyclable item you bring into a depot.
Even though the positives for recycling are obvious, it is easy to think that the recycling process may be complicated and an inconvenience to your daily routine. However, here in Adelaide, and with industry professionals like Thorntons out there, the recycling process can be incredibly easy. If you are thinking about recycling, we can highlight why the positives far outweigh the negatives.
I can be difficult to comprehend that taking your empty Coke can or beer bottle to a recycling depot can somehow help the environment and be reused in the long run. We are here to tell you what journey your used bottle or can goes on after you drop it off at Thorntons, and how this process benefits the industry without mass production.