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Australia’s War on Waste

May 30, 2017

Have you been tuning into ABC’s War on Waste? This three-part series, hosted by Craig Reucassel, explores Australia’s need to reduce waste consumption. On average, how much waste do you throw out? In Australia,.

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Has Hoarding Become a ‘National Disorder?’

May 01, 2017

Do you suffer from ‘hoarding disorder’, or do you know someone who does? An estimated 1-3% of Australians suffer from this disorder, which equates to as many as 400,000 people. As the scope of.

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Toxic Pollutants Found in Dead Swan River Dolphins

April 06, 2017

Controversy sparked after the Environment Protection Agency (EPA) discovered 40 dead bottlenose dolphins were riddled with toxic pollutants. The pollutants in question, perfluorinated compounds (PFCs), have been linked to cancer and are restricted in.

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The Harmful Impact Waste Has on the Environment

March 23, 2017

For many of us, once we throw our trash out it becomes a classic case of ‘out of sight, out of mind’. This is why most of us never really put much thought into.

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The Negative Effects of Marine Waste

February 27, 2017

Despite Australian and International waste regulations that prohibit both individuals and businesses dumping rubbish in our oceans, approximately eight million metric tonnes of plastic enters the ocean from land each year. That’s the equivalent.

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A Decade Working in the Waste Industry…

October 28, 2016

I’m a mature woman (it’s not necessary to tell you how mature 😄), who has been working in the waste industry for the past 10 years. My earlier careers were in secondary school teaching.

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Kitchen Items That Need Recycling

September 20, 2016

Kitchen is undeniably the most used part of a home, and any activity at this spot certainly generates a lot more trash than anything else. As you prepare your meals throughout the day, a.

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Food Waste Disposal Innovations That You Might Not Know About

August 18, 2016

Collecting, containing and decomposing technologies are taking a new turn as new food and safety procedures are being created. This is largely triggered by the strain that machinery previously incurred due to the weight.

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What happens to the rubbish that we put in your skip bins? Is any of it recycled?

August 11, 2016

Most of the rubbish that we collect in our skip bins is brought back to one of our transfer stations.  A transfer station in the waste industry is a place where rubbish is sorted.

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How To Choose A Skip Bin Hire Service

June 20, 2016

The amount of waste generated from every household poses a serious threat to both the surrounding environment and the people, if it is not disposed off in proper manner. Recycling the waste is one.

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