download the free app

The Recycle Right app provides a simple and convenient way of finding out about which bin to put it in, alongside a range of tips and advice on living more sustainably.

To find out more, check out some of the features in the following video:

The app is available in both mobile web and native versions, however we’re currently working on some updates to our native app for smartphones and tablets. We’re doing this to ensure the information is correct and in line with the recent changes to recycling.

In the meantime, you can use our up to date mobile web app, which has all of the same great features accessible from within your browser.

To install the mobile web app on your apple or android smartphone or tablet, go to and add the icon to your home screen.

To do this on apple devices select the ‘action‘ icon and then select ‘Add to Home Screen‘.

To do this on android devices select the ‘menu‘ button and then add the page to your bookmarks. Open your bookmarks using the menu button, and find the new bookmark you’ve just added. Press down and hold on the bookmark until you see an action menu. Select Add to homescreen. In Chrome, just tap on the star and follow the prompt.

native app

You can also download the native version of the app here for your iPhone, iPad or Android device by scanning the relevant QR code below, or downloading it from the App Store or Google play market. You can also download a QR code reader if you don’t already have one installed.

Recycle Right App version
QR code to scan

Recycle right on the App Store
Click to download from the App Store
Recycle Right Apple iOS QR Code

Recycle right on Google Play
Click to download from Google play
Recycle Right Android QR Code

We’re always looking for ways to improve the Recycle Right app, and you can help by giving us feedback – we value your opinion. Click here to go to the feedback form.

By using a reusable coffee cup every day instead of a disposable one, you can avoid creating 1kg of plastic waste a year!
95% less resources are used when you recycle an aluminium can, compared to producing a new one.
By recycling one plastic bottle, you can power a desktop computer for 25 minutes.
Batteries and other hazardous waste shouldn't go in any bin. Find your nearest disposal centre with the Recycle Right app.
65% of plastic bottles end up
in landfill, taking up to 1,000
years to break down.
Watch youtube videos of our segments on WA Weekender which aired on Channel 7 in 2015


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