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 put a lot more focus on your business’s waste disposal and recycling.
Chances are, you’ve finally availed Waster’s organic food waste bin service. If so, then we welcome you with open arms as Waster’s new partner!
There are a few, important things that you have to take note of, and we made this blog specifically to address them. So for this blog, we are mainly going to cover what you can and cannot put in your organic food waste bin. At the same time, this blog aims to encourage businesses to become more aware of their spending and the environment, at the same time.
Learn who Waster is and what it can do for businesses
Before we go further with what a business can and can’t put in their organic food waste bin and more, let me share with you more information about Waster.
We here at Waster provide you with innovative solutions for you and your business’s waste management and recycling needs. Furthermore, we provide flexible, 30-day contracts instead of the typical lock-in contracts, which proves to be better.
If your business is based in Australia, partnering up with Waster will prove to be beneficial for your business. Here, I enumerate to you what we bring to the table in terms of providing quality waste and recycling services. This gives you a background of what advantages you have acquired now that you’ve partnered with us and availed of our organic food waste bin service.
- You pay exactly what you asked for – and not a dollar more! For your waste management and recycling needs, avail of our flexible, 30-day contracts instead of those long, unproductive and hidden fee-containing lock-in contracts.
- Designed for small and medium businesses – we help you reduce costs while boosting recycling. That’s a win-win situation!
- On-time and reliable – we provide fully-accredited logistics and facility operators. By saying so, we ensure the safety and efficiency of our services.
As such, in the waste management industry, problems are bound to rise like in any other business. If such problems arise in regards to our service, you can talk to our friendly customer service team.
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Now, we move on to what you can and can’t put in your organic food waste bin.
Waster: here’s what you can and can’t put in your organic food waste bin
We want to remind you that it is never a good idea to put your organic food waste into the general waste bin. Not only will it increase your costs as you add the amount of waste that goes into it, but it will also prompt you to do harm more than good to the environment.
For this reason, Waster offers its organic food waste bin service for both small and medium businesses (SMEs). Assuming that you’ve acquired our service, we want to give you a comprehensive discussion that you have to remember.
For this type of bin, you can only dispose of organic food waste, as the name of the bin suggests. You cannot put any other products such as food waste contaminated with plastic, metal or glass content (or the other way around).
You will have a hard time if you do not sort your organic waste. Mixing it with different, non-organic products will only result in you having a difficult time, in fact.
Facilities can and will reject the food waste accumulated if a significant amount of non-organic products infiltrate the stream. As mentioned above, there are wastes you can and cannot put in the organic waste bin, so be sure to take note of those. You can always communicate with your provider (best example: Waster) if you have questions or some things confuse you.
Let us give you a more in-depth discussion of our organic food waste bin service below.
More on Waster’s organic food waste bin service
The organic food waste that you place in the bin is diverted from landfill. They are eventually used for electricity generation or composted at specialised facilities (i.e., turned into compost). Organic food waste should be deposited in the bin with no plastic bags or other contaminants which can not be treated in the facility.
Waster’s organic food waste bin service is available in a 120-litre bin size. Please contact our customer service team for larger bin options. As mentioned above, by removing food items from your general waste bin, you can reduce the weight, hence the cost of waste management for your business and significantly boost your overall recycling performance.
You can see our 120-litre bin (0.12 cubic metres) below (silhouette shown of female figure 1.65m tall).
Remember: there are certain organic wastes you can and cannot put in your organic food waste bin. You have to make sure to consult with your waste management provider like Waster (businesses) or the local council (households).
Additionally, if you are a business in need of such service, do not hesitate to contact Waster.
To finish things off, we suggest that you also watch our YouTube video where we talk about our organic food waste bin service below.
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