RecycleCorp – committed to making Vanuatu’s recycling efforts the best in the Pacific.

RecycleCorp was established in Port Vila in 2007. Since exporting our first shipment of scrap metal in early 2008 we have developed into a multi-faceted company. Our main activities are the collection, processing and export of scrap metal, machinery hire, fabrication and contracting.

Steel bales ready for export

RecycleCorp, with our skilled workforce, has extensive experience in breaking down large machinery and structures before processing for export. Examples of our removals to date include heavy earth moving equipment, steel ships including tugs and yachts, large steel town water supply tanks and a myriad of smaller equipment.

Our staff are required to operate with a high level of safety and this has been demonstrable by our excellent safety record. Many of our staff have been with the company for years, some since inception.

Our yards are located at Bladiniere Estate Port Vila and Simonsen’s Wharf in Luganville. We pride ourselves on our sites and equipment being maintained to a high standard. The company has invested in industry standard cutting and shearing equipment including LaBounty mobile shears, stationary balers, Hypertherm Plasma cutters, 22t Doosan Excavator and generators. We have a mobile set up which allows for off site operations in local or remote locations as necessary. Our premises and equipment, along with our work ethic, allows us to complete jobs on or before time.

Over the last decade we have exported more than ten thousand tonnes of material that would have otherwise have ended its life in landfill or polluting the environment. The exported material included scrap steel, lead acid batteries, used beverage cans, machinery, used gas bottles, end of life vehicles and electronic waste.

RecycleCorp has a strong demonstrated interest in environmentally sound procedures and a strong social commitment. This commitment was evidenced by the removal of over twelve tonnes of debris, mostly wrecked boats, which had ended up in the water along the seafront after Cyclone Pam.