How to become a B-cycle Drop off point

Increase foot traffic, reduce waste, and connect with your community as a B-cycle Drop off

Join B-cycle as an accredited Drop off Point Sign up now

Use our online form to register as a Drop off point


Find a B-cycle accredited Collector to manage your battery pick-ups.


Review and understand the B-cycle Container Protocols, and work with your Collector to select an appropriate bin.


Complete a Site Risk Assessment and Safety Plan. You may use the B-cycle template or your own.


Use our online form to submit your application and SRA to become an accredited Drop off point.

B-cycle makes sure that the batteries your organisation, business or school collects get made into something new

As a Drop off Point, you work with an accredited B-cycle Collector who will advise on your appropriate collection bin, and collect and transport the batteries to an accredited B-cycle recycling facility. The B-cycle collection bin you provide in partnership with your B-cycle Collector, provides a safe place for your organisation, business, school or broader community to drop off used batteries.

Drop off Points are not eligible for Collection rebates, as these rebates are intended to incentivise and offset some of the costs of transporting batteries.

If you are applying for more than just one participant category, including battery Retailer, please contact us at before completing the steps above.

3 out of 4 Australians

said that a B‑cycle Drop off would give them more incentive to visit a store, and 84% nominated supermarkets as their 1st choice Drop off location.

What batteries are B‑cyclable?

Loose household batteries
(AA & other sizes, button & rechargeable)

Proprietary batteries included in products, that can be easily removed by consumers
(e.g. camera, drone & power tool batteries)

Additional battery types will be included as the Scheme expands