Are you about to throw out your old safety pins? STOP! These can be recycled!
Simply ensure that the pin clasp is closed and pop them in a metal food can or tin. Squeeze the top of the can together to seal the can and contain the pins inside and the pop into your yellow recycling bin for collection!
With the Christmas pageant on this weekend, we know many of you will be decorating your homes for Christmas. Tell us what upcycled, recycled, sustainable or just lovingly reused items are part of your decorations.'TIS THE SEASON 🎄
With Christmas on the horizon, our Salvage & Save Windmill Hill and Salvage & Save Goolwa sites are getting into the holiday spirit creating these beautiful upcycled Christmas trees. Made from recycled palettes, these trees not only look great but purchasing one helps support our supported employees in their employment goals.
These trees are easy to decorate to suit your home and will be a great creative addition for the upcoming festive season. They are available now and prices start from $30 (dependent on their size), get in quick while they’re still available!! 🎅🤶 ... See MoreSee Less
Did you see this yet? Great to see these materials being used to create energy rather than go to landfill
David Speirs MP There’s a new member of the Salvos Stores workforce in South Australia!
Her name is SS Marlene and she’s a garbage truck, custom designed to pick up unsalvageable material from Salvos Stores across the city.
Through a partnership with ResourceCo, this waste is diverted from landfill and instead used to create energy at a Port Adelaide incinerator 🔥 diverting 1,800 tonnes of waste every year. ... See MoreSee Less