Modern day waste removal has become an important part of towns, cities and even entire countries’ efforts to take care of the environment. This means that proper management of waste removal now is as efficient as ever and has benefits for both humans and the environment.
The Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group (MWRRG) expects that by 2042 the city of Melbourne will be generating 63 percent more waste than it does currently. The group also doesn’t plan for any extra landfills, instead, it is prioritising resource recovery and diverting organic waste for repurposing.
Most Australians have read about, or at least heard of the Waste Management Hierarchy, but are unsure how it is relevant to their day-to-day activities, or how they can implement it in their lives.
We’ve decided to discuss each part of the Hierarchy, starting at the most preferable waste behaviour, to help you, our readers, get a better understanding of the grading system.
Over the years the way we handle waste disposal has become incredibly important. This means that it’s worth it to find out how you can help limit your waste impact on the environment by understanding what types of waste are commonly found around the house, and how to best deal with them.
There’s a reason why moving house is listed as one of the most stressful life experiences you can have; it involves organising everything from paperwork, packing, cleaning and herding the family. We understand that the act of moving house can quickly begin to feel like a momentous task, which only adds to the frustration and stress.
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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