Change for the better!
We’re excited to be a part of the WA Government’s Containers for Change initiative.
Ability Centre has three Refund Points across Perth, where individuals, community groups and businesses can return their containers. When you return your containers to Ability Centre, you are directly supporting people living with disability.
At each of our Refund Points we are employing people living with disability to be Refund Point Operators. These roles will provide meaningful employment, training and career progression.
If you’re a business interested in partnering with Ability Centre to recycle your containers, please call David Westbrook on 1300 106 106 or email email@example.com.
Our Refund Points
How it works
Register for a scheme ID
By registering for a scheme ID your refund is automatically paid through EFT. Alternatively, you can donate your refund to us by using our scheme ID: C10282923 at any refund point.
Start collecting eligible containers
From 1 October you can start collecting and receiving refunds on all eligible containers.
Drop off your containers to our Refund Points
We have three drive-through Refund Points located in Beckenham, Bibra Lake and Midvale. Simply return your containers and we’ll process your refund on the spot.
Choose to keep your refund or donate it to Ability Centre
By choosing to donate your refund to Ability Centre, you’re giving more Western Australian’s living with disability the chance to have meaningful employment.
Donate part or all of your refund to Ability Centre by quoting our scheme ID when dropping off your containers at any refund point.
I’m looking to donate containers as a_______.
As an individual you can collect your own containers or join together with family and friends to donate your containers to Ability Centre. For every container donated you will be supporting people living with disability to find meaningful employment.
Community Group, School or Club
If your group or school would like to donate your containers to us regularly, we’d love to discuss how we can support you. Please call David Westbrook on 1300 106 106 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information.
If you’re interested in partnering with Ability Centre to donate your containers, you’re not only helping the environment, you’re also supporting people living with disability gain employment. If you’re interested in learning more about becoming a Volume Partner, call David Westbrook on 1300 106 106 or email email@example.com.
Get in touch
If you’re ready to show your support for WA's Containers for Change scheme, please get in touch via the form below. One of our team members will contact you to see how we can help you bring the benefits of recycling to your community.
If your enquiry is regarding a customer service matter, please contact us here.