Save Fiji,
Save Paper,
Save Money.

Encouraging recycling

for a cleaner, greener Fiji.

Recycle Paper In Fiji

Promoting A Pollution Free Environment

South Pacific Waste Recyclers is Fiji’s first and only paper recycling plant set up in 2012. Our aim is to create a sustainable society where recycling is the normal routine of businesses and individuals alike.  South Pacific Waste Recyclers takes a huge step in the right direction of fulfilling this aim.  With a 24-hour operation, 12 tonnes of waste paper is processed that would otherwise end up as general rubbish.  The waste paper is converted into 7 tonnes of good paper, which is then used to manufacture toilet tissues.  Retailing as “Nambawan Toilet Tissue,” this product is made from 100% recycled paper.  Despite the recycled nature of the product, the focus is definitely quality for consumers, as well as a competitive price.

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Our Company

Located at 5 Bulei Road, Laucala Beach Estate, Suva, Fiji
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Our Service

Collecting all waste paper that needs to be destroyed.
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Paper Collection

Free pickup is done throughout the Suva-Nausori corridor and some western areas of Fiji
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Security

There is no fear of confidential materials getting exposed.

WE ARE 100% DEDICATED

Fijian Owned Company

Recycled Paper Usage

Environmentally Friendly Products

Quality

  • Rahul Dutt
    The South Pacific Waste Recyclers team has helped the University of the South Pacific recover and recycle near 150 tonnes of wastes paper between January 2016 and March 2018. This is the equivalent to around 65 standard skip bins in avoided costs. The dedicated team of fleet personnel ensure regular pickups each Wednesday and managers ensure that we get feedback on our monthly waste paper contributions. This information helps us build our University solid waste profile and helps us benchmark our contributions as we go along. We are proud to be contributing to a locally managed waste recycling company that extends the life of a potential waste item. Thank you for your unwavering commitment and dedication to recycling.
    Rahul Dutt
    University of the South Pacific
  • Susan Yee
    South Pacific Waste Recyclers are doing an excellent job in helping the environment through their recycling venture. Recycling takes little effort on our part and yet it makes a great impact on this Earth we call home.
    Susan Yee