Re-useday Tuesday Collection Hub

As we begin to slowly recommence our recycling program at Caralee, we will be able to take the following items whilst maintaining COVID safe practices.

Re-useday Tuesday Collection Hub
With effect from : Tuesday, 28 July 2020 
Prior to school start : 8.30 to 8.45am

Please queue and maintain physical distancing at each station.  These stations will no longer be manned by student volunteers but simply require you to drop off your pre-sorted items at each point.  Thank you for your patience and support.



- Batteries - drop box provided.

- Bread tags - drop box provided.

- Used pens, markers, empty correction fluid pots - drop box provided.

- Aluminium Coffee Pods (no plastic pods, please; the aluminium is recycled) - drop box provided.

- Colgate Community Garden Challenge 2020 (any brand of used toothpaste tubes, non-electric toothbrushes, floss containers, interdental brushes, electric toothbrush heads) - drop box provided in conjunction with the Caralee Dental Therapy Centre.

L.O.L. Surprise! Recycling Program (all L.O.L Surprise! accessories, display cases and their outer and inner packaging) - drop box provided.

- Plastic drink bottle lids (please see below). Plastic lids on their own are too small for current recycling technology to sort so do not place them loose in the recycling bin but instead bring them to Caralee's collection hub and help us keep plastic recycling in Western Australia.  

 CLEAN PLASTIC DRINK BOTTLE LIDS ONLY 
 1. Only plastic drink bottle lids (less than 5cm diameter) can be accepted 
 2. Please wash/rinse any liquid or residue from the lid 
 3. Please remove foam insert (foam cannot be recycled with the plastic) 
 4. Please deposit in specific colours 
 5. Any lids not complying will be returned 


These items will be accepted via drop boxes near the Caralee Adminstration Office before school every Tuesday. We ask that you still adhere to physical distancing recommendations when depositing, and thank you for playing your part in reducing our ecological footprint.