Toxfree's Resource Recovery Facilities are used to sort recyclables including glass, plastics, metals and paper, which are then separated, whereby the recyclable material is further processed and converted back into new products.
Toxfree's Material Recycling Facilities (MRFs) are designed to maximise the cost effective recovery of recyclables including:
- Paper & cardboard,
- Aluminium cans,
- Steel & metals,
- Plastics, and
- Electronic equipment.
Toxfree are the only company offering resource recovery services in remote areas of Western Australia, with state of the art facilities located in Broome and Karratha.
Recycling Warriors Initiative
Toxfree Karratha and Rio Tinto have joined forces to educate local school children about the importance of recycling through the Recycling Warriors programme.
Toxfree Karratha and Rio Tinto have joined forces to educate local school children about the importance of recycling through the Recycling Warriors programme. The Recycling Warriors initiative allows schools to have their own recycling depot on school grounds and ensures all students are given an opportunity to learn about the value of recycling. Through an educational and interactive presentation, students are encouraged to deposit their rubbish in the appropriate labelled bins - paper/cardboard, aluminium, glass and food scraps. Toxfree services school depots weekly and provides statistics on the amount and type of rubbish collected.