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PVC Insulated Cables: Facts and Pieces, Why They Need to Be Recycled

October 11th, 2018

The most innocuous household materials can oftentimes be hazardous when they’re exposed to the right conditions. PVC insulated cables, for example, are used all over the home, because they protect occupants from dangerous electrical currents. Unfortunately, PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride) cabling, although harmless when stable, can produce noxious compounds when other circumstances impact that normally […]

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What is Industrial Equipment Recycling?

September 27th, 2018

Unlike consumer recycling efforts, where you can transport your waste to a designated reclamation centre, industrial equipment recyclers target heavier items. In the past, those items would lay in the shadow of an industrial complex, rusting into oblivion. Old boilers and production machinery, vehicle parts and printing presses, they’d all be left to decompose behind […]

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Why Recyclable Materials Should Be Kept Away from Landfills

September 14th, 2018

Over recent years, there has been an awakening to the fact that how we dispose of our waste can affect the health of our planet and for that fact, our bodies. As a result, more Australians than ever are recycling as much of their waste as possible to keep it out of landfills. If you […]

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Copper Radiator Recycling

August 27th, 2018

You don’t need to be an environmentalist to understand that recycling can be a lucrative way to do well for the environment. If you have a garage or a storage shed in your yard, the odds are good that you have some scrap metal just laying around. If you want to get rid of that […]

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The Dangers of E-Waste and Why You Should Bring Them for Recycling?

August 17th, 2018

E-waste is a popular abbreviated label. The term is used to describe discarded electronic products, items that have reached the end of their useful life. Too old to function anymore, broken, or simply unwanted, a kneejerk reaction is urging you to throw your e-waste away, just like any other article of rubbish. Please, don’t listen […]

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What is Red Recycling?

July 27th, 2018

More and more people in Australia are aware about the importance of recycling and understand that doing their bit whenever possible can make a difference. What does that entail, and, are there any individual benefits from recycling? Many regions are implementing the three-bin waste system as a means to standardise recycling. This includes coloured waste […]

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The Truth About Car Batteries and Radiators and Why they Need to be Recycled

July 13th, 2018

With so many cars on the road today, it is more important than ever before to recycle as many parts of them as possible, especially their batteries and radiators. Each time you need to replace these elements, you should recycle them rather than just dispose of them. We state this fact since so many of […]

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What are the Benefits of Recycling Aluminium?

June 26th, 2018

Aluminium plays an integral role in the manufacturing of cans, boats, vehicles, outdoor furniture, windows, doors, airplanes and other items. With it being such a useful metal, many of the items made from it can wind up in landfills after usage when one is not environmentally aware. We say this due to the fact that […]

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Recycling Scrap Whitegoods: What Are These?

June 8th, 2018

When you research into all of the items that you can recycle today, you will run across many things that you are quite familiar with in your daily life. There is one term that you may not be familiar with, though, namely scrap whitegoods. The term may bring to mind sheets and towels that you […]

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Time to Declutter and Recycle Before Winter Time

May 29th, 2018

With winter right around the corner, it might be time to start considering all of the junk that is clogging up your yard and garage. Recycling isn’t just a topic meant for children in school, it is a practice that can make a real difference in the world and for your wallet. Today, we are […]

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