Do you have Corflute® signage to recycle from the NSW election?
Are you looking for a recycling solution for your Corflute® Signs from the recent NSW State Election?
NSW State Election, Corflute® Recycling Program
Free Drop-Off Service
If you are looking for a recycling solution for your Corflute® Signs from the recent NSW State Election, you can drop-off your signs at Paper Resource for processing.
All processed material will be returned to Corex Recycling where it will be recycled and reused in products for tomorrow.
NSW Drop-off Location
You can drop your small quantities (up to a car boot load) of Corflute® Election signs at Paper Resource during business hours.
You don’t need to contact Paper Resource prior to drop-off as long as your materials meet the contamination guidelines. See “Preparing your Corflute® Sign for recycling” information below.
Paper Resource: 25 Forrester St, Kingsgrove NSW 2208
Business hours: 7.30am – 4pm Monday-Friday
Larger quantities of Corflute® & on-going service
Paper Resource can organise collection of industrial quantities of Corflute® as well as many other recycling services including; paper, cardboard, timber and soft plastic collections.
Get in touch with Chad Loumbos at Paper Resource firstname.lastname@example.org
Preparing your Corflute® Sign for recycling
So that we can recycle your used election signs, we need you to check for contaminants and remove them. At Corex Recycling, we refer to a contaminant as the presence of materials or a substance other that Corflute®. We need your Corflute® Signs to be free of contaminates so that we can; shred, melt and make recycled pellets from it which enables us to make products for tomorrow.
It’s easier than you think! Here are the steps to check for and remove contaminants:
Checking for contaminants
Your Corflute® election sign may have no contaminants. If your graphics have been printed directly to the Corflute® and there are no eyelets, you probably have a contaminant free sign.
Often, election signage doesn’t need protective PVC film over the surface or eyelets to protect the holes that allow it to be secured to a fence. People tend to use these extra elements when a sign is being used for longer than 6 months.
Please remove the below contaminants
- Eyelets around the holes – plastic and metal
- PVC protective film – if your Corflute® sign is super shiny and you can pick a layer of plastic from a corner, this is PVC
- PVC pockets
- Adhesive tapes, glues, cable ties
- Wood – like in garden stakes that may support the sign
Corex Recycling – William Lehnacker email@example.com
Paper Resource, Commercial enquiries – Chad Loumbos firstname.lastname@example.org
Paper Resource – Drop off enquiries email@example.com
Media & General enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org
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