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How to use Queensland’s new container recycling scheme

There are doubts within the waste industry that Queensland’s new recycling scheme can be ready for launch at the start of next month.

  • Tony Moore
  • Brisbane Times

From November 1, Queenslanders can claim a 10-cent refund for most plastic drink containers, beer bottles and aluminium cans at one of 232 collection points from Coen to Coolangatta.

Tenek 1aThe state’s first-ever container exchange refund scheme is run by a not-for-profit company called COEX (Container Exchange) and branded as Containers for Change.

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