Category: Money saving

Density Of General Waste: What Does Your Waste Collector Mean By Waste Density?

If you have been seeking to arrange general waste services for your business – or have been getting invoices from waste companies for years – you may sometimes ask yourself – what exactly does the density of general waste actually mean?   Like all professions – garbage collection and waste management has it’s own lingo and industry terms – and the density of general waste is just one of those….

Rubbish Trucks In Australia: Details For Development Applications (DAs) And Plannings

At Waster – we often provide companies and people planning businesses info on rubbish trucks in Australia for their new building project or business. Quite often – when a new project is going through the planning phase and requires the relevant permits – the local council looks at areas such as waste removal and recycling.   In today’s blog – we will cover some of the key questions that we…

Wheelie Bins Brisbane: Why We Understand Small Business Waste Needs!

Wheelie bins Brisbane: there is an advert on Aussie TV that has the jingle – “from little things, big things grow”. It is quite catchy (it is actually written by Aussi group Paul Kelly and the Messengers) and forms the basis for this blog post. As many of our customers are small or new businesses – we thought it a good idea to understand why Waster understands your needs and…

Economy Waste Services: How Recycling Can Actually Boost Your Bottom Line!

If you have found today’s blog – you are certainly looking for ways to save money with economy waste services for your business. We can certainly help you with that – and we will describe how our business model lets us make profits whilst helping you cut costs and boosting profit.   We covered in a previous blog post (budget waste management) why a low cost waste service does not…

Budget Waste Management: Does A Low Cost Services Mean A Low Quality Service?

When you run a busy shop, restaurant, office or any other business – you will want your waste provider to be a number of things, provide budget waste management i.e. a low cost for the service – but also be reliable and let you focus on actually running your business.   In today’s blog – we will ask does a budget waste management solution (such as provided by Waster) –…

Ladies Sanitary Bin Service Cost: How Much Does It Cost For Your Business?

As a business owner or company – you may be required to provide sanitary disposal in your bathrooms for both staff and guests. In today’s short blog – we will cover how ladies sanitary bin service cost and what you could expect to pay for your services.   We covered in a previous blog how whilst there is not a specific legal requirement to provide sanitary bins in your business…

Waste Management Tenders: How You Can Efficiently Run A Tender Process

If you work in a large corporate with many sites and varied waste and recycling requirements – waste management tenders may be something that will come across your desk at some point in the future,   In today’s blog we will cover everything you would need to know about running successful waste management tenders and also how Waster can help you in the process.   About Waster:   Whilst Waster…

Waste Broker: How Comparing The Market Can Save Your Business Big Money!

If you are a procurement officer in a large corporate, in charge of your business environmental footprint – or just a financially aware business owner – it is good to know what a waste broker or waste management brokers actually are.   In today’s blog – we will cover what a waste broker is, how they operate and why you may want to use their services next time you are…

Burning Rubbish: Why Can You Not Simply Burn Trash In Your Garden?

In a recent blog we covered the topic of burning rubbish – i.e. whether incineration on a huge, industrial scale could be a key part of waste management strategies in the future.   This topic comes up again and again – and some countries are really pro incineration – such as Sweden and Japan (who are currently burning rubbish equivalent to 90% of total volumes). Sweden is so keen on…