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My Waste Widgets

Free Widget

We've developed the My Waste widget with our own unique recycler search function.

Add the My Waste widget to your site and help the visitors to your website or blog find their nearest recycler!

Simply type in your address or click the "LOCATE ME" button. Select the desired material and then click the blue 'SEARCH' button on our demo widget below to see how it works...

Please note that this widget is not for Corporate Use.



How do I add it to my site?

1. Copy the entire code below
2. Add the code to your site or blogs source code.

CODE TO COPY FOR PORTRAIT VIEW:
<iframe width="295" height="430" src="https://www.mywaste.co.za/widgets/Free" ></iframe>

CODE TO COPY FOR LANDSCAPE VIEW:
<iframe width="700" height="430" src="https://www.mywaste.co.za/widgets/Free/index-landscape.php" frameborder="0"></iframe>

CUSTOM WIDGET

For Corporates, Companies and Manufacturers this is a simple and easy way to assist your customers to recycle your products, and a easy way to start complying with your

EXTENDED PRODUCER RESPONSIBILITY requirements.

We have created a custom widget that can fit seamlessly in to your website.

The widget will have no reference to MY WASTE.

The CUSTOM WIDGET will have the following features

Will have a advertising section on the widget for your Customers OR Suppliers to advertise on. It can be removed on request.

The materials streams will be activated according to your material used in your Company / Corporate packaging. We have a few CUSTOM WIDGET designs that will be designed according to your specific needs. This will depend on your space requirements and how you would like the WIDGET to display.

Eg. If you only use Glass an Cans to package your product. Only the locations recycling Glass and Cans will be displayed.

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My Waste's mission is to deliver information that enables people to actively contribute to sustainability, a concept the United Nations defined in 1987 as "meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.