AUGUST 28, 2019

Recycle BinGo arrived in the north central region of the country, by Resinorte.


Launched in February by Valorsul, Amarsul and Valorlis, with the support of the Ministry of Environment's Environmental Fund, Recycle BinGo is a mobile application that promises to leave families living in the municipalities of Alijó, Amarante, Armamar, Baião, Boticas, Cabeceiras de Basto. , Celorico de Basto, Chaves, Cinfães, Fafe, Guimarães, Lamego, Marco de Canaveses, Cold Table, Moimenta da Beira, Mondim de Basto, Montalegre, Murça, Penedono, Peso da Régua, Resende, Ribeira de Pena, Sabrosa, Santa Marta from Penaguião, Santo Tirso, Sao Joao da Pesqueira, Sernancelhe, Tabuaço, Tarouca, Trofa, Valpaços, Vila Nova de Famalicão, Vila Pouca de Aguiar, Vila Real, Vizela, with the pet of recycling.



Despite being an app, it works primarily as a game that makes the recycling experience much more fun and rewarding. How?




The main mission of the game is to make visits to our Habitual Ecopoints.

By geolocation our Smartphone knows we are close to it. When we check in we unlock a set of nice little pets, the EcoGifts, with which we will fill our BinGo cards. Each time we complete a card we earn EcoMoedas - which we can redeem for great prizes such as movie tickets, discount vouchers, and more.


In addition to this main mission, the application is launching surprise special missions in order to improve the Portuguese knowledge about recycling, maintain involvement with Recycle BinGo.

And of course, reward the most friends on the planet.


Recycle BinGo is now available on the App Store and Google Play.


Resinorte, a reference company in the environmental sector, is responsible for recycling and treating over 350 thousand tons of waste, serving 35 municipalities and approximately 1 million inhabitants.


We are sure that this association of Resinorte with Recycle BinGo will help us all meet the important recycling goals that Portugal faces in the short term. For this to happen, this news needs to spread.


Help us spread the recycling bug.