Container Refund Scheme

Container Refund Scheme

Implementing Queensland’s Container Refund Scheme

Posted on 15.03.2017

The Queensland Government is working with the community to make sure Queensland is on track to reduce litter and plastic pollution and increase recycling by implementing a Container Refund Scheme for Queensland on 1 July 2018.

The Implementing Queensland’s Container Refund Scheme discussion paper (PDF, 1.6MB) outlines implementation issues and approaches for Queensland.

Give us your feedback
We are seeking your feedback to help inform the development of the scheme in Queensland.

You are invited to respond to some key questions, located near the front of the discussion paper, by:

  • completing the online survey, or
  • emailing or posting your response to the questions.

Online survey
Complete the online survey.

Written submissions
Email your written submission to waste.paper@ehp.qld.gov.au.

Or post your written submission to:

Queensland Container Refund Scheme
Department of Environment and Heritage Protection
GPO Box 2454
BRISBANE  QLD  4001

 

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