Many people have a love/hate relationship with spring cleaning. Getting rid of clutter can be a helpful and rewarding experience however it can be tedious and time-consuming. Regardless of how you feel about spring cleaning; it needs to be done.
So, you’ve finally decided that it’s time to get rid of that old couch. Although it is tempting to just throw it away, this contributes to the ever-growing waste problem in Australia. Instead, why not try one of these four options.
Have you ever wondered what happens to your green waste after it’s collected from your home? Recycling has been a part of our lives for so long that it’s easy to forget that us putting all our waste into the separate bins is just the beginning of the recycling journey.
Recycling has become a routine and essential part of life in Australia since it was introduced over 20 years ago. Because of the limits of the council materials facilities, however, there’s always been a limit to what type of product materials could be recycled. For the most part, we sort our trash into paper, glass, metal and plastic, and the efforts on the part of our communities have paid off tremendously, reducing landfill and protecting precious resources.
There is no single or simple solution to Australia’s rubbish woes. Recycling is a nationwide effort, requiring co-operation between councils, waste management experts and individual residents. In Victoria, local councils co-operate with waste management experts like WM Waste, who in turn work with individual residents to maximise recycling efforts and reduce environmental impact.
Because we are situated in Boronia, in Victoria’s South Eastern suburbs, pricing for
our services is dependent on the distance we will need to travel to drop off and collect the rubbish skips.
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