Awards and Media

Our awards

Through always striving for excellence in all what we do, Total Green Recycling has been recognised with many awards that demonstrate our commitment to our values and dedication to the environment.

These awards reflect the hard work of the TGR team and the support of our many clients and partners.

2018 – Infinity Awards: Highly commended in category Avoid Recover Protect – Community Waste Award

40 under 40 Wubber 2016 - James Coghill

2016 – 40under40 Winner 2016, James Coghill

2013 – Infinity Awards: James Coghill, Highly commended in category Waste Champion

2013 – Infinity Awards: Total Green Recycling, Highly commended in the Business category

Us in media

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Recycling initiatives earn praise for Busselton

Total Green Recycling, one of WA’s leading e-waste recycling specialists, released the figures to encourage consumers to keep their e-waste out of landfill.

Busselton recorded 13.61 tonne of e-waste, coming in second overall statewide to the City of Stirling, which unloaded 55.29 tonne.

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Shire of Esperance recycling effort recognised

Waste management company Total Green Recycling released the monthly breakdown acknowledging the top five performing local governments in WA on February 8.

Esperance placed third ahead of the Shire of Broome and Mindarie Regional Council and sat closely behind the City of Busselton.

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Is this laboratory actually home to the world’s tiniest gold mine?

Total Green Recycling director Michael Coghill and his brother started up their recycling business in Western Australia 10 years ago when the industry was in the “dark ages”.

“We started out in our Dad’s shed and we were only doing a couple of tonnes a month,” Mr Coghill said.

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City’s commitment to e-waste recycling wins praise

Bunbury residents have been praised for their electronic waste recycling efforts with more than 5000kg diverted from landfill.

Total Green Recycling – the e-waste recycling company which collects the materials – was sent 5214kg of items such as computers, televisions and phones from Bunbury this year.

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