Airpop is used in many different ways – from packaging to protection to construction systems. Made of 98% air, only 2% of any Airpop product is man-made. And that 2% is fully recyclable, right here in New Zealand.
Recycled Airpop is used to form new products such as pens, coat hangers, picture frames and engineered timbers.
There are currently many locations around the country that provide access to Airpop recycling services. Many of these recycling providers also offer pick up and drop off services, to ensure you can recycle hassle-free. They are also committed to environmentally sound recycling processes, and ensuring that Airpop can be recycled and re-used many times over.
Find your nearest recycling station below.
New Zealand’s Airpop industry is committed to reducing environmental impact. Help us look after our environment by following these simple guidelines:
New Zealand Councils do not accept Airpop for kerbside recycling, so please do not place it into your Council recycling bin. Instead, we recommend that you return any unwanted Airpop product or packaging to the point of purchase for the retailer to recycle. If you have ordered the product online, you could contact one of the providers listed below.
New Zealand Airpop recycling facilities:
New Zealand recycling facilities that accept Expanded Polystyrene