Reuse Centres are generally either community-based not-for-profit organsiations or 'tip shops'. They are great places too look for just about anything, including materials used in arts, crafts, home renovations and education. Some reuse centres also run educational workshops.
Re-use Centres in the Moreland City Council area
Don't send your usable unwanted household items to the tip - drop them off at a Re-use Centre in your local area. Make your waste become someone else's treasure!
Green Collective stores stock a carefully selected range of products that are recycled, fairly made, locally sourced and kind to the earth. These products have features that define them as 'best buys' compared to those commonly available and reflect our strong commitment to environmental sustainability and social justice. You’ll find things like … Pre-loved clothing, accessories and bric a brac Fair trade tea, coffee, chocolate, sports balls and footwear Recycled content stationery Eco-friendly body care and cleaning products Sustainability products Handmade items
Outside your Local Government Area
The following organisations may not have come up in the search results for your local area, but may still be in a relatively convenient location for you:
- Reverse Garbage (Marrickville, Sydney)
- Reverse Garbage (Woolloongabba, Brisbane)
- Reverse Art Truck (Ringwood, Melbourne)
- REmida Creative Reuse Centre (West Perth)
- The Bower Reuse and Repair Centre Co-operative (Marrickville, Sydney) collects and repairs donated household goods then resells them. It also offers a Reuse Referral Service - if the Bower is unable to take your goods, they will search their database of other enterprises in Sydney that deal in secondhand goods.