L.O.L. Surprise! Recycling Program - Community Collection Hubs

Join this program to be listed as a Community Collection Hub and open to the public in your area.

Champion sustainability in your community by becoming a Community Collection Hub.

TerraCycle and L.O.L. Surprise! have partnered to create a free recycling program for all L.O.L. Surprise! packaging, accessories and products. Sign up as a Community Collection Hub to be featured on the TerraCycle map so individuals in your community can find your location to drop off their waste. Read more about becoming a Hub below. 

 

The next 30 Community Collection Hubs to sign up will receive a L.O.L. Surprise! toy, DIY collection box decoration kit, activity and colouring in sheets PLUS $10 worth of TerraCycle points!

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How it works

The Community Collection Hub network is a network of locations around Australia where members of the community can take their 'non-recyclable' waste to be recycled with TerraCycle.

Becoming a Hub is the most sustainable way to collect TerraCycle waste. Bigger shipments mean less environmental impact, while earning more donations for the charity or school of your choice. Here's how it works:

  1. Request to join the program by clicking "Join the program" above.
  2. Set up your recycling station using the resources provided.
  3. The address listed in your TerraCycle account will be posted on the publicly available Community Collection Hubs map. Individuals in your area will use your location to drop off their L.O.L. Surprise! packaging, accessories and products. 
  4. Download a free shipping label from your TerraCycle profile, affix it to your box of waste and take it to your closest Australia Post to ship.

Want to know more?

To find out more about being a Community Collection Hub and its benefits, see here.

What you can recycle in this program

Program accepted waste: All L.O.L. Surprise! accessories, display cases and their outer and inner packaging.

Please note: toys and packaging of any other brand are not accepted.

What happens to the waste

Once received, the waste is separated by composition and cleaned. The plastic is then melted into pellets that can be remolded to make recycled products.

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