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…

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…

Food Waste Australia: Alernative Solutions For Cafes and Restaurants

Food Waste Australia: if you operate a business in Australia serving food or beverages such as a cafe or restaurant – there are two particular things you will need to be aware of when organising waste management and recycling.   Firstly, you will need to organise a scheduled Australia grease trap cleaning to stay in line with local water authority regulations – and the second is that you may pay…

Green Company: Would You Pay A Bit More For An Environmentally Responsible Provider?

Green company: Many of Waster’s customers have a real focus on waste and recycling and a desire to be a really green company.   This is an excellent mindset for any business – but sometimes we wonder do competitors cut corners regarding the environment and hence boost profits. It is sometimes our suspicion that less scrupulous companies make more money that the green company down the road.   In today’s…

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….

Australia Grease Trap Cleaning: How Do Grease Interceptors Work?

Australia grease trap cleaning: many people are uncertain as to how grease traps actually work.   In this short blog we will cover some of the main points about greases traps and help you understand why it is important to stick to your Australia grease trap cleaning schedule as suggested or mandated by your local water authority – such as Sydney Water in Sydney metro region.   Hopefully, this will…

Melbourne Waste Management: Is Melbourne More Sustainable Than Sydney?

Melbourne Waste Management: we all know that there is a rivalry between Melbourne and Sydney – covering so many topics including; which is the most cultural metropolis, which has the best sports, which is the most livable city and also of course – which serves the best coffee.   Mr Waster is not going to weigh in on the questions above – but we will take a look today at…