Magazine wraps: exploring the options
Take this short survey to help us understand Kiwis' composting and recycling habits. We also want to know how you dispose of your "magazine wrap" (the plastic wrapping your magazine arrives in) and how we can improve in this area.

Please be assured this is a legitimate research study. All responses are confidential and will only be used for the purpose of this project. We report summary results about groups; and do not identify which individuals have said what.

Everyone who completes this survey before 17 April 2020 will be eligible to be in the draw to win a $250 Bunnings voucher and a subscription to the NZ magazine of their choice. Please ensure you provide your email at the end of the survey so that we can contact you if you are a winner.

Please see for terms and conditions.

Thanks for your interest today!
Q1. Where do you live? Please select the region you live in from the box below *
Q2. How would you describe your personal knowledge of environmental issues and sustainability? Please select ONE answer. *
Q3. Please indicate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements? *
Strongly agree
Strongly disagree
Don't know
I put an effort in to making my home environmentally friendly
I am conscious of the need to reduce my carbon footprint
I make an effort to reduce consumption of household energy
I try to avoid products going to landfill
I avoid single use plastic (bags, drinks etc.) as they are harmful to the environment
I'm prepared to pay more for sustainable packaging
Q4. Which of these do you have access to? Please select all that apply. *
Q5. Where do you dispose of your magazine wrap? Please select all that apply. *
Q6. Some supermarkets provide drop-off points for soft plastics to be recycled. Which of the following do you consider are soft plastics? Please select all that apply. *
Q7. Have you ever used a soft plastics recycling bin in the past? Please select ONE answer. *
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