Author: Lisa

Waste Incineration: Could Burning Rubbish Be Good For Australia?

In mid 2018 – it is widely understood that the Australian waste management sector is in turmoil due to new restrictions in exporting recycling commodities. In today’s blog – we take a new look at whether waste incineration – basically burning trash has any part to play in the future of waste collection in this country.   In the world of reducing waste – the best thing is to reduce…

Waste Minimization: Lets Remove Plastic From Common Items – And Boost Recycling

Waste minimization is a process – and can not be achieved in one day. In 2018 – one of the biggest issues in boosting recycling is that plastic is present in a whole range of items that you would not always expect.   If you watched the ABC TV show on the waste industry called “War On Waste” you will be aware of the huge issues caused by takeaway coffee…

Trash Collection: Will This Approach To Clean Up Our Oceans Actually Work?

Trash collection: if you are a regular reader of our blogs – you will be more than aware of the ongoing and worsening rubbish and pollution issue in the Pacific Ocean  -known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.   This huge area of floating rubbish and mostly plastic is caused by a number of factors:   – A lack of proper and modern trash collection services in many countries  …

Newcastle Rubbish Removal: It Can’t Be That Simple Can It?

Newcastle rubbish removal: Mr Waster is currently planning his summer holiday and he is thinking of the Newcastle, New South Wales area (which in a round about way leads to this blog topic).   As he lives in Sydney – a trip to Newcastle is nice and easy and he can enjoy the amazing area including the Hunter Valley, Port Stephens and of course the lovely town of Newcastle itself….

Garbage Recycling: Can We Use Waste Plastic To Build Better Roads?

In recent blogs – we have covered the developing waste and recycling crisis in Australia as China is no longer prepared to process the garbage recycling that we send to them each year.   The clampdown by China on low quality recycling products – means that Australia (and many other countries) need to find a sustainable processing system and output for the garbage recycling collected.   About Waster:   Waster…

Melbourne Rubbish Removal: Ensuring You Have Less To Worry About

Melbourne rubbish removal: we were speaking to a potential client recently and he was quite knowledgeable about waste and recycling industry practices and had lots of questions before he agreed to sign with us.   Thankfully we were able to put his mind at ease and satisfactorily answer his queries.   We cover in this short blog post some of the queries he raised and our answers to them.  …

Rubbish Removal Hobart: What You Need To Know But Are Afraid To Ask

Rubbish removal Hobart: admittedly that headline is a bit over the top – but it is a bit of fun if nothing more.   However, by asking some questions you can always greatly benefit your business by boosting recycling, cutting your waste management costs and getting much greater business flexibility.   After all Hobart and Tasmania are famed for the clean and pristine environment and the local council is putting…

Recycle Brisbane: Another Step To Reducing Waste In Brisbane

Recycle Brisbane: we all like to hear about good news when it comes to waste collections and recycling services.   Of course, there has been some bad news in the press recently – such as the transporting of large amounts of waste from interstate for disposal in Queensland landfills – this was covered on the ABC tv expose recently.   We are glad to see the recent announcement of a…