Recycling may seem like a 21st-century thing, but South Australia led the nation in introducing a refund scheme for drink bottles back in the 1970s.
Right back then, Wally's Bottle Yard and Recycling was in the game.
In the early days, the Waltrovitz family only recycled glass, but under current owner James - who took over from his parents nine years ago - the list of products the company deals with is exhaustive.
Plastic, cardboard, aluminium cans, long-necked bottles, junk mail, newspapers, paper, plastic bags, soft plastic wrapping, food tins, even car batteries - you name it, Wally's can make use of it!
Glass, cans and plastics are crushed on site: 32,000 cans or 16,000 plastic containers into a single cube.
The company sends two blocks to Adelaide every week, ready to be recycled there or shipped overseas.
Paper and cardboard is mostly turned into kitty litter at a rate of 40 tonnes per month.
The work is enough to keep three staff busy full-time.
Wally's offers a cardboard pick-up service to businesses, with bins provided, and also processes shrink wrap from Kmart, Target, Coles and the local Murray Valley Standard office.
The depot at 12 Thelda Street is well organised, with a large undercover area, and the staff are happy to answer any questions about the process.
So take your recycling to Wally's, save the environment and go home with some cash in your pocket - what's not to like?