Collection results & winners

School Battery Collection Program 2020

The MRC School Battery Collection Program continues to grow. Schools throughout the region are busy collecting used batteries, which is keeping them out of landfill, well done to all the school's collecting. Keep up the good work!

REWARDS AND AWARDS 2020

It doesn’t matter if you are a big school or a small one, it is great that you are helping out and doing your bit to recycle batteries and keep them out of landfill.

Each term we will check how many batteries have been collected and acknowledge the leading battery collecting schools by total batteries collected.

We will present the prizes for 2020’s top collecting schools in early 2021. So, get prepared, promote your school battery collection and, who knows, you could be a winner!
 

School Battery Collection Results For Term 1 & 2 2020

The 2020 battery collection league table has commenced, well done to all schools involved in keeping batteries out of landfill.
Click here (PDF 528kb) to see how many batteries your school has collected so far in Term 2 2020.
Click here (PDF 68kb) to see how many batteries your school has collected so far in Term 1 2020.

School battery collection results for 2019

In 2019, all schools involved in this program collected a fantastic 6202.5 kg of batteries. Your amazing efforts have really made a difference to waste and saved precious materials, energy and water, as well as preventing the hazardous materials in batteries from contaminating our planet.   

The three schools who collected the most batteries during 2019 are:

1.  Woodlands Primary School 302 kg
2. Kinross Primary School 280 kg 
3. Peter Moyes Anglican Community School 263 kg   

Congratulations to Woodlands Primary School, WINNER of the school Battery Collection Program for 2019, well done!

Click here (PDF 463kb) to see how many batteries your school has collected in 2019.
School battery collection results for 2018

In 2018, all schools involved in this program collected a fantastic 4323.5 kg of batteries. Your amazing efforts have really made a difference to waste and saved precious materials, energy and water, as well as preventing the hazardous materials in batteries from contaminating our planet.   

The three schools who collected the most batteries during 2018 are:

1.  Sorrento Primary School with 389 kg
2. St Mark's Anglican Community School 172 kg 
3.  Kinross Primary School 139 kg   

The school who jumped up the league table the most through the year is Peter Moyes Anglican Community College with a total of 115 kg of batteries colected. Well done!

 

Click here (PDF 64kb) to see how many batteries your school has collected in 2018.

Congratulations to Sorrento Primary School, WINNER of the school Battery Collection Program for 2018, well done!

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School battery collection results 2017 

In 2017, all schools involved in this program collected a fantastic 4071.5 kg of batteries. 

The three schools who collected the most batteries during 2017 are:

1.  Sorrento Primary School with 386 kg
2. Carramar Primary School with 227 kg 
3. East Butler Primary School 201 kg   

The school who jumped up the league table in term 4.
Wanneroo Primary School with 62.5 kg 
 

Click here   (64kb) to see how many batteries your school has collected in 2017.

 


Congratulations to Sorrento Primary School for winning the top prize a Smart Globe to use at your school, well done!
 

Contact

For further information or to request a school battery collection bin call the MRC Waste Education team.

Telephone: 9306 6350
Email: wasteed@mrc.wa.gov.au

 

Last Updated: 9 Sep 2020