Author: John

Melbourne Recycling Efforts: Do Young People Not Care About Recycling?

I must be getting old – because I seem to be out of step with many current trends and practises. However, I was always of the opinion that young people were very focused on the environment. That is why I was recently surprised whilst reading about Melbourne recycling efforts.   Apparently millenials, or Gen Y – or whatever they are called nowadays are less interested in recycling and the environment…

Recycling Plant: Can This Robot Make Recycling Easier?

A visit to a recycling plant is certainly an interesting day out. When you dispose of mixed recycling in a commingled (yellow) recycling bin – most people have no idea how the items are separated and eventually recycled.   In today’s blog – we want to cover how new robotic technology could be coming to a recycling plant near you – and how it could improve recycling performance – whilst…

Tyre Recycling: We Check Out The Tyre Recycling Process

Tyre Recycling: Waster is a waste and recycling business with a difference – as we focus on reducing customers costs and boosting recycling.   We cover the recycling of car and vehicle tyres today. Note: Waster does not offer tyre recycling services – and provides this article for information purposes only.   According to Wikipedia “Tire recycling, or rubber recycling, is the process of recycling waste tires that are no longer suitable for use…

Grease Trap Solutions: Why Is My Grease Trap Full After Service?

Grease trap solutions: when we are speaking to customers and potential customers about grease trap servicing, we often answer questions based on something like this: “why is my grease trap still full after in was pumped recently”? or ” will you charge me for 1000 litres (assuming it is a 1000 litre grease trap) of it is not full of grease?”   These questions are based on a misunderstanding of…

Food Waste Recycling: Ways To Keep Food Waste Out Of Landfills

We are always looking for the latest news in the world of waste and recycling – and we saw a very interesting story about an Aussie startup in the world of food waste recycling.   Food waste ending up in landfill is probably one of the most annoying aspects of Australian waste management. There are viable options available to keep it out of landfill – which we will briefly cover…

Rubbish Removal Newcastle: Close Your Bin Lid To Avoid Extra Charges!

Rubbish removal Newcastle: if there is one thing we dislike at Waster it is having to pass on additional charges to customers.   We really aim to present a predictable and reliable cost basis for our small and medium customers for rubbish removal Newcastle and throughout Australia.   We have based our business on providing easy to book, manage and rely on waste services and recycling. You can check out…

Rubbish Service: How A Slower Approach To Recycling Is Giving Results!

When we talk about improvements in rubbish service and waste management – we often focus on technology and improvements in processes – and everything is focused around speed and machinery.   In today’s blog – we take a look at a very different but highly effective rubbish service. This service is one where slowness is more important than speed – but it is having such great success that whole towns…

Upcycling: Is This The New Face Of Recycling And Smart Waste Services?

We have covered the assorted challenges and issues that waste management and recycling industries are facing in Australia and worldwide. In today’s blog – we ask could the latest trend of upcycling be the solution for our problems.   The major issue with recycling in Australia is that there are limited takers of recycled products in this country. This is due to the long term decline of manufacturing and heavy…