Wine Bottle Cap Drop Offs
Caps for Cash
Waiheke Resources Trust and Island Waste Collective have partnered to collect the island's wine bottle caps, sell them to a metal scrap dealer so they can be recycled, and make sure that 100% of the proceeds reach Jassy Dean Trust.
This initiative empowers everyone in the community to support Jassy Dean Trust by collecting their wine bottle caps and taking them to 6 Tahi Rd. Whether you’re a restaurant that serves wine, a group of friends having a party, a winery, or whānau who save your bottle caps and drop them off once a year, you can contribute to this project.
Together, we’ll impact the lives of tamariki for the better and help the environment by recycling.
What to bring
We want all of your aluminium wine bottle caps. (No corks, steel, beer caps etc, please!)
Where to take them
Take your sorted caps to the Waiheke Resource Recovery Shop - 6 Tahi Rd.
When to drop off
Swing by from Monday to Sunday between 8am - 4pm.
Jassy Dean Trust
Jassy Dean Trust provide financial assistance to Waiheke whānau for things such as medical appointments, treatment, medication and equipment, ferry tickets for hospital visits, ambulance fees, therapy, counselling and support for children and youth with disabilities.
Island Waste Collective
Island Waste Collective Ltd is the community owned operator of the Waiheke Community Resource Recovery Park and Shop. It focuses on best practice waste minimisation, reducing what goes to landfill and providing local job opportunities.
Waiheke Resources Trust
Whether you are looking to be more sustainable at home, bring your colleagues over for a day volunteering on our wetlands or you just want to jump into one of our food rescue, waste reduction or environmental projects, you can get all the tools, information and support here at WRT. Get ready to learn new skills and connect with your community.
Spread the word
Find below design collateral for you to post on your socials and print out to display on premises. Let everyone know what you're doing!
We appreciate you getting on board. E tōmua ana taku mihi.
Designed by WRT intern, Sophie Lewis.