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Help keep polystyrene out of landfill

Expanded polystyrene is 100% recyclable. Together we can close the loop and ensure Expanded Polystyrene packaging is converted into essential products that are critical to building a sustainable future.

Expanded Polystyrene Recycle

Help keep polystyrene out of landfill

Expanded polystyrene is 100% recyclable. Together we can close the loop and ensure EPS is converted into essential products that are critical to building a sustainable future.

Our Mission

At StyroCycle we are committed to reducing the amount of expanded polystyrene (EPS) waste sent to landfill to ZERO. We plan to do this by increasing awareness and strengthening partnerships at the community level to encourage a circular economy in our production practices.
Expanded Polystyrene Recycle
Expanded Polystyrene (EPS)

Our Focus

Expanded polystyrene (EPS) is 100% recyclable and can be recycled infinitely. At StyroCycle, our aim is to not just close the loop on polystyrene going to waste. Our aim is to ensure the loop operates effectively and efficiently as a circular economy.
Through the establishment of collection facilities at EPS manufacturing points, local councils, and other businesses across Australia we will collect, compress, and reuse EPS to create products for sustainable building. This closed loop system will benefit our natural resources, minimise waste, lower CO2 emissions and water use. Our goal is to promote the reuse and recovery of products, packaging, and materials without threatening the environment or human health.
Expanded Polystyrene
Expanded Polystyrene (EPS)

Our Mission

At StyroCycle we are committed to reducing the amount of expanded polystyrene (EPS) waste sent to landfill to ZERO. We plan to do this by increasing awareness and strengthening partnerships at the community level to encourage a circular economy in our production practices.

Our Focus

Expanded polystyrene (EPS) is 100% recyclable and can be recycled repeatedly. At StyroCycle, our aim is to not just close the loop on polystyrene going to waste. Our aim is to ensure the loop operates effectively and efficiently as a circular economy.

Through the establishment of collection facilities at EPS manufacturing points, local councils, and other businesses across Australia we will collect, compress, and reuse EPS to create products for sustainable building. This closed loop system will benefit our natural resources, minimise waste, lower CO2 emissions and water use. Our goal is to promote the reuse and recovery of products, packaging, and materials without threatening the environment or human health.
Expanded Polystyrene

The Circular Economy of EPS

Our Recycling Partners