RecycleSmart 4+

Recycling made easy‪!‬

RecycleSmart

Designed for iPad

    • 3.5 • 68 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Recycle with us! We’re here to take the confusion and hassle out of recycling and help you become a Recycle Hero… from home!

1/ With Recyclopedia, find out “what goes where” at the click of a button: never be in doubt again when it comes to recycling.

2/ With the Power Pickup, we come to your door to collect your soft plastics, textile, e-waste and a long list of other things like batteries, light bulbs, aluminium coffee capsules, polystyrene, toys, books and many more!
This service is available in a growing number of selected councils - we’ll tell you straight away if you are eligible.


Use the app to book your Pickup in one tap!
Receive notifications
Change the date of your pickup or cancel it super easily
Celebrate your achievements by seeing how much resources YOU have diverted from landfill

How does the Power Pickup work?
Book your Pickup. Do you want to recycle regularly? Select our “set and forget option”: we’ll come to your door once a month and you’ll never think about those tricky-to-recycle items anymore!.
Pack your bags: grab any shopping bag you have at home (see those green, blue, yellow bags from your supermarket? Yes! Any of them works!).
Put everything we collect in.
On the day of your pickup, leave your bag at your front door, in a safe location. You don’t even need to be home!
Your local driver will come to your door, pick up your bag, empty it in his car and give back your bag so you can reuse it next time.
Your local driver will then sort everything and drop your valuable resources in the right location to make sure they are recycled!

As we said: recycling made easy.

Get the most downloaded recycling app in Australia and join the recycling revolution now!

What’s New

Version 7.8.1

• New Councils
• bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

Horachio ,

Awesome but some mistakes

Great app - good design, super helpful, I check it frequently!

Unfortunately during my most recent use of the app I’ve found a number of things classified wrongly - eg. it says Pyrex dishes can be recycled (they can’t?), x-rays can go in the yellow recycling bin (I don’t think they can?), and aluminium foil has to be put in general waste (it’s recyclable when scrunched into a tennis ball size!).

I used the ‘report’ button on top right hand side of the screen on each item page (this function could be made a little more obvious), so hopefully the team will fix these errors.

Also has a few pics that are wrong (eg. For packaging pellets- instead of foam pellets it has animal feed pellets). No big deal but surely an easy fix.

N New Mother ,

Idea is good but hard questions remain unanswered

Great idea behind this handy catalog on waste disposal options. However I find searching a little bit tricky still.

Tkh34702D ,

No address

I was using this app up until the last update. Now when I open it the app asks for my address. I type in my address but I continually get the following message “opps something went wrong” I’ve tried different ways of putting in my address details but still can’t get past this stage.
I’ve even tried typing in the name of my council but same thing.
I hope this bug is fixed soon.

Developer Response ,

Hi - thanks for the feedback, can you send an email with your address at hello@recyclesmart.com please. We will make sure everything is working as expected.

App Privacy

The developer, RecycleSmart, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer's privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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