How social media is changing the face of recycling

Be genuine

One thing to pay attention to: not only are millennials monitoring the messages put out by companies; social media provides access to information from insiders and environmental organisations.

Unlike traditional media, social media operates in two directions. Users can ask questions, seek recommendations and get answers like never before, and any hint of ‘greenwashing’ can undo years of effort in building a good image.

Ideal partners

As a specialist recycling company, Ecocycle is ideally positioned to help companies improve their environmental performance, enhance their reputations and develop good stories to share through social media.

Not only is Ecocycle Australia’s most experienced recycler of mercury-containing waste, it also offers commercial-scale recycling of batteries and e-waste.

To find out how we can help you with a recycling program, call us on 1300 32 62 92, or fill out the form below and one of our recycling specialists will be in touch.


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