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Planet Ark's Recycle Right Quiz 2018

Thank you for taking an interest in recycling.
 
This year we are proud to announce a prize pack supplied by Biome or an eWood garden bed! Simply complete the quiz for your chance to win.
 
Find out if you recycle right!
Thank you for taking an interest in recycling.
 
This year we are proud to announce a prize pack supplied by Biome or an eWood garden bed! Simply complete the quiz for your chance to win.
 
Find out if you recycle right!
To help us better understand recycling demographics, we'd love it if you answered a few basic questions before:
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What age group do you best fit into
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What state do you live in
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NT
VIC
WA
ACT
Planet Ark has done research into the current state of recycling called "From Waste War to Recycling Reboot". What is the most common mistake residents make at kerbside according to a survey of Australian Councils?
Soft plastics in the recycling bin
Nappies in the recycling bin
Food scraps in the recycling bin
Plastic bottles in the rubbish bin
A. Soft plastics
 
While nappies and food scraps are still a gross issue - 46% Australian councils report soft plastic bags as their biggest recycling problem.
 
Soft plastics and plastic bags in the recycling bin are a big issue as they get caught in the sorting machines. Keep them out of your bin, find a recycling option!
A. Soft plastics
 
While nappies and food scraps are still a gross issue - 46% Australian councils report soft plastic bags as their biggest recycling problem.
 
Soft plastics and plastic bags in the recycling bin are a big issue as they get caught in the sorting machines. Keep them out of your bin, find a recycling option!
What does "Store Drop Off" mean on this plastic packaging?
Plastic wrap can be placed in kerbside recycling bin
Plastic wrap has to be taken to stores like Coles or Woolworths for recycling
Plastic wrap can be stored when dropped
Place wrap in a Cartridges 4 Planet Ark box’
A. Plastic wrap has to be taken to stores like Coles or Woolworths.
 
Be sure to look out for the Australasian Recycling Label appearing on more and more products every week.
A. Plastic wrap has to be taken to stores like Coles or Woolworths.
 
Be sure to look out for the Australasian Recycling Label appearing on more and more products every week.
Used office paper can be recycled back into bright white office paper.
True
False
A. TRUE
 
With the right processes, office paper can easily be de-inked and recycled into top quality bright white paper ready for printing on.
 
More and more people have switched to 100% recycled paper, like Planet Ark Paper, in the home and office.
 
Join the movement and give yourself a pat on the back because your choice makes a difference to our environment.
A. TRUE
 
With the right processes, office paper can easily be de-inked and recycled into top quality bright white paper ready for printing on.
 
More and more people have switched to 100% recycled paper, like Planet Ark Paper, in the home and office.
 
Join the movement and give yourself a pat on the back because your choice makes a difference to our environment.
What is the benefit of using aluminium coffee capsules?
Aluminium is infinitely recyclable
Aluminium creates an oxygen barrier that helps to keep coffee fresh so reduces food waste.
Recycling aluminium saves 95 per cent of the energy it would take to make new metal from bauxite ore.
All of the above
A. All of the above
 
Aluminium is infinitely recyclable, saves 95 per cent of the energy it would take to make new metal from bauxite ore, and creates an oxygen barrier that helps to keep coffee fresh which helps reduce food waste.
 
Search RecyclingNearYou for ways to recycle Nespresso aluminium coffee capsules.
A. All of the above
 
Aluminium is infinitely recyclable, saves 95 per cent of the energy it would take to make new metal from bauxite ore, and creates an oxygen barrier that helps to keep coffee fresh which helps reduce food waste.
 
Search RecyclingNearYou for ways to recycle Nespresso aluminium coffee capsules.
What used material is being recycled and added to road base?
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Printer toner
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Food waste

A. Toner recycled through Cartridges 4 Planet Ark, as well as used soft plastics and glass, are added to road surface asphalt to make TonerPlas™.

Every 1km of road (2 lanes) will use approximately:

  • Toner from 12,500 used printer cartridges
  • 530,000 plastic bag and packaging equivalents
  • 168,000 glass bottle equivalents
  • 134 tonnes of reclaimed road with the inclusion of 20% reclaimed asphalt

A. Toner recycled through Cartridges 4 Planet Ark, as well as used soft plastics and glass, are added to road surface asphalt to make TonerPlas™.

Every 1km of road (2 lanes) will use approximately:

  • Toner from 12,500 used printer cartridges
  • 530,000 plastic bag and packaging equivalents
  • 168,000 glass bottle equivalents
  • 134 tonnes of reclaimed road with the inclusion of 20% reclaimed asphalt
To get old mobile phones out of drawers, there are several options including selling it online, passing it on to a loved one or recycling it. What can you do to ensure a hassle-free handover for your phone?
Leave it in your drawer forever.
Use a butter knife to pull it apart.
Leave it in the freezer for several hours
Backup your data, disconnect all accounts, and factory reset your phone
A.  Backup your data, disconnect all accounts, and factory reset your phone.
 
To recycle your old phone, or to find drop-off locations, visit RecyclingNearYou
A.  Backup your data, disconnect all accounts, and factory reset your phone.
 
To recycle your old phone, or to find drop-off locations, visit RecyclingNearYou
Clothing charities like St. Vincent de Pauls spends over $13,000,000 for the handling and disposal of damaged and worn out items to landfill. How can you help limit these costs and reduce the amount of clothing going to landfill?
Donating only good quality clothes and goods to charities
Re-purposing worn or damaged clothing.
Re-fashion old clothing through DIY workshops
All of the Above
A All of the above:
 
  1. Donate only good quality clothes and goods to charities that they can sell or pass on to those who need it.
  2. For used materials, you can re-purpose worn or damaged clothing as bags, rags or ask your grandparents - they would never have wasted anything!
  3. Re-Fashion old clothing through DIY workshops
 
There are many options for used materials - but leaving the problem of poor quality items to charity organisations is not one of them.
A All of the above:
 
  1. Donate only good quality clothes and goods to charities that they can sell or pass on to those who need it.
  2. For used materials, you can re-purpose worn or damaged clothing as bags, rags or ask your grandparents - they would never have wasted anything!
  3. Re-Fashion old clothing through DIY workshops
 
There are many options for used materials - but leaving the problem of poor quality items to charity organisations is not one of them.
Recycled plastic from mobile phones can be processed into pellets and turned into:
Park benches
Fence posts
Polar fleece jackets
All of the above
A. All of the above
 
Plastic can be found on mobile phone covers, batteries and accessories. Recycled plastic is processed into pellets and can be turned into pallets, park benches, fence posts and polar fleece jackets. It requires a lot less energy than goes into making new plastic from fossil fuels.
A. All of the above
 
Plastic can be found on mobile phone covers, batteries and accessories. Recycled plastic is processed into pellets and can be turned into pallets, park benches, fence posts and polar fleece jackets. It requires a lot less energy than goes into making new plastic from fossil fuels.
Unilever plans to introduce at least 25% recycled plastic into bottles of OMO, Dove, Sunsilk, Surf and TRESemme. Why is this important?
Plastic is running out
It helps create a circular economy
Because it’s the law
To save money
A. It helps create a circular economy. Without companies and consumers buying back the plastic that gets recycled, there is no industry for recycled products.

 

Unilever will become the first major consumer goods company in Australia to give a new life to high volumes of rigid plastic (HDPE) from Australian homes, diverting approximately 750 tonnes of recycled plastic from landfill each year and creating demand for Australian-sourced recycled plastic.

A. It helps create a circular economy. Without companies and consumers buying back the plastic that gets recycled, there is no industry for recycled products.

 

Unilever will become the first major consumer goods company in Australia to give a new life to high volumes of rigid plastic (HDPE) from Australian homes, diverting approximately 750 tonnes of recycled plastic from landfill each year and creating demand for Australian-sourced recycled plastic.

What can concrete, bricks and rocks get recycled into?
Plastic bottles and bags
Drainage medium and road base
Skip bins and wheelie bins
All of the above
A. Drainage medium and road base
 
Up to 85% of renovation, construction and demolition waste can be recycled by state-of-the-art recycling facilities like those operated by Bingo Industries.
 
A. Drainage medium and road base
 
Up to 85% of renovation, construction and demolition waste can be recycled by state-of-the-art recycling facilities like those operated by Bingo Industries.
 
For your chance to win one of 10 Biome plastic free prize pack valued at $80 or one of 6 eWood raised garden bed made from recycled printer cartridges, valued at $219 each
 
Simply provide your email address and we'll draw the winner after National Recycling Week!
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