Can You Recycle Paper Bags? And Other Things You Need To Know About Paper Bags ♻️

Can You Recycle Paper Bags? ♻️: How easy is it to recycle paper bags? Scratch that – first, we should talk about the possibility of recycling paper bags. Let us also talk about other important topics when it comes to paper bag recycling. Read this blog to learn more. Which do you prefer using when buying groceries? Paper or plastic? Whichever you prefer, expect that there are good and bad…

Non-Compostable Cups Banned Amidst WA’s Plastic Ban 🥤

WA Plastic Ban 🥤: In our blog highlighting the plastic bans in various Aussie states, we have mentioned that each state does a step-by-step implementation of their respective bans. A significant change is on the horizon for coffee aficionados in Western Australia. On the first day of March 2024, a notable shift awaits the morning routine: the farewell to conventional plastic coffee cups. In their stead, compostable alternatives will grace…

France Now Requires Composting! Here’s What You Should Know 🇫🇷

France Composting 🇫🇷: According to Euro News, France is embracing sustainability by mandating composting for all citizens starting this 2024. This eco-friendly initiative, of course, aims to reduce organic waste and promote a healthier environment. But what other important information should you know about one of the most important developments in France? For example, what specific changes were implemented to make composting a requirement in France? What will they do…

What Can (And Can’t) Go In Your Organic Food Waste Bin? 🍊

What Can Go In Your Organic Food Waste Bin? 🍊: With our reliable bin service, you would not have to worry about incorrect waste disposal and recycling methods. This blog covers what you can and can’t put in your organic food waste bin. In addition, we also highlight the said bin service.  Are you a new or old business? Well, that does not matter. What really matters is that you…

Cork Recycling: How Do You Properly Dispose Of Them? 🍾

Cork Recycling 🍾: Maybe you won in an art contest; or, maybe you finally got that promotion you are longing for. Whatever the reason is, you want to celebrate it with your family and friends. And what better way to celebrate than to turn up the music and pop a bottle of champagne? But, you are also a strong advocate of “Zero Waste” and want to do what is best…

A Unique Method To Deal With Waste: Sharing Waste 🥕

Sharing Waste 🥕: In this blog, we share a unique and fun method by ShareWaste to deal with organic waste for people who want to recycle them but lack the necessary space and facilities to do so. How does ShareWaste work? Read on to learn more! A normal, functioning home produces lots of organic food waste, whether we like it or not. All of that is good and all, provided…

Composting At Home? How Is This Done? 🌱

Composting At Home 🌱: Aside from recycling, composting is another viable option to get rid of waste. If, for example, you want to dispose of your kitchen and garden waste the natural (and cheap) way, we suggest you compost it at home. How does composting at home work? We cover everything you should know in this blog. The National Food Waste Strategy Feasibility Study done by Food Innovation Australia reported that…

What Waste Can Be Made Into Compost? 🗑️

What Waste Can Be Made Into Compost? 🗑️: Aside from disposal and recycling, some may already know by now that you also have the option of composting your waste. In this blog, we give you a more in-depth guide on composting and provide relevant examples of what waste you can compost.  One of the best things you can do to help the planet is to compost. If you truly want…

Edible Containers: Reducing Packaging Waste In Australia 🍦

Edible Containers 🍦: Did you know that Australians, on average, throw away about 1.9 billion tonnes of waste each year? In 2018, a report stated that only 300,000 tonnes of the 900,000 tonnes of plastic waste were recycled in Australia. Unless you’ve been living under a rock all your life, you would know that plastic pesters our land and our sea. In addition, you should also know that plastics are hard…

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