Join this program to be listed as a Community Collection Hub and open to the public in your area.
TerraCycle and PAW Patrol® have partnered to create a recycling program for all Spin Master Paw Patrol toys. 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 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:
To find out more about being a Community Collection Hub and its benefits, see here.
Program accepted waste: Any Spin Master PAW Patrol toy, including:
Please note: All batteries must be removed from electronic toys. This program does not accept Non-Spin Master PAW Patrol licensed products.
Once collected, the toys are broken down and separated by material. Plastics are cleaned and pelletised to be recycled into new products, and metal materials are sent for smelting and conversion to new alloys. Click here for more information about our recycling process.
For each kilogram of PAW Patrol toys that you send to TerraCycle, you will receive $1 in TerraCycle Points, which can be redeemed for a payment to the non-profit organisation or school of your choice.
There is no minimum shipment weight required to earn points, although we encourage collectors to collect a few toys with your friends and family before sending in a parcel!
PAW Patrol is a leading children's television program. Led by 10-year-old Ryder, the pups of PAW Patrol are rescue dogs in training. Each pup is inspired by a real-world job like fire fighter and construction worker. When trouble strikes Adventure Bay, they're there to save the day! Whether it's a cat in a tree or a train off the tracks, they always find a way to help those in need