Recycle your Woolworths Bricks through this program.
Woolworths Bricks are designed to encourage open-ended building and play for Australian families. Certified by GECA (Good Environmental Choice Australia), they have been made from at least 80% recycled materials, including refrigerators, goggles, and luggage handles, and are also compatible with other brands.
TerraCycle, in partnership with Woolworths, is pleased to be able to offer a recycling solution for any pre-loved or unwanted Woolworths Bricks.
If for any reason, you no longer want to keep your Woolworths Bricks, you can now drop them off at your local Woolworths for recycling.
Woolworths has established a partnership with TerraCycle to recycle any pre-loved or unwanted Woolworths Bricks that are returned to a Woolworths Supermarket or Woolworths Metro by 1 February, 2022.
If, for any reason, you no longer want to keep your Woolworths Bricks, you can simply drop your Woolworths Bricks back to the TerraCycle dedicated bin at your local Woolworths store, and Woolworths will send it to TerraCycle to recycle on your behalf.
To find out your closest Woolworths store and trading hours, please click here.
IMPORTANT: Please always remember to adhere to the most recent Covid-19 guidelines that apply to your local government area.
Once collected, the Woolworths Bricks are shredded, cleaned and melted into plastic pellets that can be remoulded to make new recycled products such as garden beds, decks, fences and benches.
Click here for more information on the recycling process.
Woolworths remains committed to creating a greener future, and they are getting there by reducing food waste, reducing plastic, sustainable sourcing and increasing their energy efficiency.
You can learn more at woolworths.com.au/greener