One of state’s reverse vending machine kiosks is to be installed in Moruya as part of the state’s container deposit scheme rollout, Member for Bega Andrew Constance announced today. The kiosk will be installed in the coming weeks at the Woolworths Supermarket in Moruya, making it one of many kiosks to be installed at or near Woolworths supermarkets across the state ahead of the start of the scheme on 1 December. Andrew Constance said this was another example of the NSW Government delivering for communities.“This scheme will be easy and convenient for people to use,” Mr Constance said. “It will be a game-changer – it will make a major contribution to helping the NSW Government reach its goal to reduce litter volume by 40 per cent by 2020.” People will be able to choose to donate their refund directly to selected charities or transfer it to their designated account. People will also be able to redeem the refund for cash from Woolworths supermarkets or use a credit voucher towards their shopping at Woolworths across NSW (except Metro branded Woolworths stores). Environment Minister Gabrielle Upton said the rollout was starting now because it was a massive logistical exercise. “This is proof that Return and Earn is coming to a suburb or town near all of us. There are plenty more to be installed across the state in the coming weeks,” Mr Constance said. The reverse vending machines at or near Woolworths supermarkets will make up part of the state’s collection network which will include hundreds of collection points. Drink containers eligible for the 10-cent refund include most containers between 150ml and three litres. Containers should not crushed or broken and have the original label attached to be eligible for the refund.