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The IPC Recycling and Buy-Back Campaign

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IPC Shopping Centre first launched its IPC Recycling and Buy-Back Centre all the way back in 2009. It was, and still is, the shopping centre’s initiative that encourages shoppers to recycle and reduce waste. Passionate about making a bigger difference, IPC even rewarded shoppers who brought in their recyclable goods.

Now, IPC Shopping Centre is doubling the rewards with the launch of the IPC Recycling and Buy-Back Campaign. Running now until 3 June 2018, visitors who drop off a minimum of 3kg of recyclable items will be able to collect exclusive goodies from the shopping centre. So how does it work, you ask?

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The items that will be accepted at the IPC Recycling and Buy-Back Centre include newspapers, plastic bottles, and aluminium cans.

Step 1: Bring your recyclable items to the IPC Recycling and Buy-Back Centre. It is located at Level P1 of the car park near Pillar 8D. Opening hours are 10am to 6pm daily, and it’s closed for lunch from 1 to 2pm.

Step 2: Once the recyclable items are weighed, you will receive a receipt and cash relative to the amount dropped off.

Step 3: You can accumulate receipts from 13 April until 3 June 2018 to meet the minimum reward weight of 3kg.

Step 4: Present your receipt(s) at the i-Counter at Level G from 13 April to 3 June 2018 to redeem one tote bag or RM10 shopping voucher.

We think the IPC Recycling and Buy-Back Campaign is a great initiative on their part because they’re going the extra mile. If you are an avid recycler anyway, or just a newbie, why not join their environmental-friendly campaign and get rewarded? To read more about the initiative, click here.

Address: IPC Shopping Centre, No.2, Jalan PJU 7/2, Mutiara Damansara, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Website: www.ipc.com.my




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