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About Ziilch

On this page: What is Ziilch? - How does Ziilch work? - Who is behind Ziilch?


What is Ziilch?

Embrace a feel-good and sustainable approach
to de-cluttering and re-use with Ziilch.

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Ziilch (pronounced “zilch” and meaning “zero, zip, nada”) –
is a like-minded community of givers and receivers who
care about their community and environment and
value the notion that one person’s clutter is
another person’s treasure.

Providing a way for Australians to give away items they
no longer want
to other people that may need them,
Ziilch’s free community-driven platform promotes
social responsibility and environmental sustainability
by keeping good stuff out of landfill.


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Supporting a circular economy model, Ziilch encourages
landfill diversion by re-using, repairing, upcycling
and recycling.

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Figures sourced: January 2021


How does Ziilch work?

Be a part of a “re-use” revolution!

Become a member to request FREE stuff
or give away second hand things you don't want anymore!
It's free to list items on Ziilch, and it's free to take them.


How do I give things away in 3 easy steps?

Step One:
Snap a photo with your smart phone and write a description.

Step Two:
Pick someone to give the item to.

Step Three:
Pop it on your porch, ready for collection


What stuff can I list on Ziilch?

There’s heaps of stuff you can list on Ziilch and with our
member base quickly expanding across Australia,
you’re sure to find a new home for your
unwanted stuff fast. View categories

We do not allow a few items on the site, including animals,
so please see our “stuff you can’t list” page and
the “animals policy” page for more information.


Who is behind Ziilch?

Ziilch is managed by a small team of volunteers who are
passionate
about diverting useful items from landfill.
Their values align with Ziilch founder, Michelle Power,
who identified the need for a re-use platform when
renovating her home. With household and renovation
materials destined for landfill, it was clear to Michelle that
there needed to be a forum to give away unwanted items
that weren
t suitable for donation.