Drop Off Recyclable Plastics, Textiles, Polystyrene & More At This Place In PJ

IPC Recycling & Buy-Back Centre also takes e-waste, glass, aluminium, and food waste.

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If you have too many unused plastics, containers, clothes, or cardboard boxes laying around, it's time to declutter!

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This recycling place in IPC Shopping Centre has a neat layout that lets you drop off recyclables in exchange for points.

Located on LG1 near the Ladies Parking, IPC Recycling & Buy-Back Centre (RBBC) is open from 8am to 10pm every day, including public holidays. 

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The setup is clean and organised. Everything is labelled, making it easy to drop off your things.

Here's a list of the recyclable items they accept:

– Cardboards
– Papers
– Plastics
– Aluminium
– Metals
– Polystyrene
– Drink cartons
– Textiles

RBBC also accepts non-recyclable waste, such as the following:
– E-waste
– Light bulbs
– Glass
– Batteries
– Medicines
– Light tubes

They also accept food waste, which is collected and decomposed into animal feed to prevent them from piling landfills. 

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Here's how you can get started:

1. Make sure the items you are dropping off are clean (all cardboard boxes and cartons need to be clean and flattened to fit into the drop off opening).
2. Download the IPC app from Google Play or App Store.
3. Sign up for a free account and log in. 
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4. You will then see this page below. Click on RBBC.
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5. Then, click on the QR code to scan when you're dropping off your items. You can also view all of your transactions on the app.
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There is a screen at each drop-off opening, where you will need to scan your QR code to track your points

For every 0.1kg worth of waste, you will receive Tack Club points within 24 hours. These points can be converted into free parking, e-vouchers, limited edition premiums, and more.

Take note that you will not receive Tack points for non-recyclable waste, including e-waste, batteries, glass, non-liquid medicines, and electrical bulbs. 

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To find out more info, visit IPC's website.

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