An important part of the Scheme is the establishment and operation of Refund Points across the State, to accept the return of eligible beverage containers and facilitate customer refunds of 10c per eligible container. The role of a Refund Point Operator includes:

Collecting eligible containers deposited by members of the public and charity organisations.

Counting and sorting of containers.

Facilitate customer refunds of 10c per eligible container.

Connecting with the community to ensure awareness and understanding of the Scheme.

We are accepting Expressions of Interest to operate Refund Points in select locations.

Click here to see the list of locations. 

If you would like to express your interest in any of these locations, or have any questions about participating in WA’s new container deposit scheme email: procurement@warrrl.com.au

Find out what’s involved in becoming a Containers for Change Refund Point, by watching our video series below.

Refund Point site plans and design best practice

Refund Point Depot Refund Point Depot
Outdoor Bag Drop Refund Point with point-of-sale Outdoor Bag Drop Refund Point with point-of-sale
Indoor Bag Drop Refund Point with point-of-sale (POS) system and barcode printer Indoor Bag Drop Refund Point with point-of-sale (POS) system and barcode printer
RVM Stand Alone Shipping Container 181010 (green option 02) RVM Stand Alone Shipping Container
Reverse Vending Machine (RVM) inside retail outlet Reverse Vending Machine (RVM) inside retail outlet
Mobile Refund Point box trailer Mobile Refund Point box trailer
Mobile Refund Point cage bin Mobile Refund Point cage bin
Refund Depot Point Site Plan Refund Depot Point Site Plan

Have an Enquiry?

If you have any queries about participating in WA’s new container deposit scheme email: procurement@warrrl.com.au

 

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