On Sunday the 20th of March, Total Green Recycling assembled a team to participate in the HBF freeway Bike Hike. A bike ride that measured a massive 60km, from Kwinana Train station all the way up to the City of Joondalup. Total Green Recycling entered a team of 5 and raised $300 towards the Asthma foundation WA, the money will go towards Asthma treatment and research. The day began at 6:55am but it was over
Total Green Recycling and Rocky Bay have made a collaborative effort to provide steady work for people living with disability’s. Total Green Recycling embarked upon this endeavour in November of 2010 hiring on 3 disabled workers. After this proved a success they hired on a second team consisting of another 3 disabled workers. Provided with regular and reliable work, Rocky Bay help disassemble and recycle E-waste. To learn more about Rocky Bay’s work go to
Michael and James Coghill enjoyed a much overdue visit to the Shire of Plantagenet and the City of Albany for the Strategic Waste Minimisation Meeting. They created a presentation for the Greater Southern Regional Council about E-Waste Recycling and its importance. The Meeting was followed by a site visit to the City of Albany Landfill which concluded with a photoshoot and interview for the local Newspaper. The article appearing in the Albany Advertiser in January.
Alice in Wonderland Orphanage was opened last year in March in Faridabad, India, and is now home to 12 children between the ages of 3 – 9. Frances Gray an acquaintance of the business has been working with the orphanage for some time, sending clothes, money and other necessities to help the children out. Inspired by Frances’s effort Total Green Recycling decided to help the orphanage out by sending a laptop to help the children