If you’re planning a clean-up or a clear out at home, make sure you choose a skip that’s just right for the amount of rubbish you want to throw away. Whether you’re getting rid of old furniture, household waste, planning a renovation or redoing your garden, there’s nothing worse than filling up your skip to […]
Finding the time to clean up your home in the midst of the busy summer schedule can be difficult. With so much going on during the frantic festive season you can often find yourself emerging from the holidays with your once tidy, organised home a cluttered, unkempt mess. The Christmas celebrations are over, Australia Day […]
Whether it’s been a few years since your walls got a lick of paint, or because you’re ready for a new look and colour, painting your interior walls is one of the least expensive ways to transform and bring more life into your home. Not only does a new paint job add warmth and personality […]
Most people generally hire a skip for one reason, and one reason alone: to fill it. You expect – very reasonably – that when you hire a skip you’ll be able to fit as much of your waste in as it will hold, and you’ll have control over what goes into it. This is important […]
Your big clean-up day has arrived. You’re poised ready to get rid of all your rubbish and start renovating, just as soon as the skip you’ve hired gets dropped off in the street. But there’s a problem. The driver delivering the skip tells you he can’t leave a skip in the street without a permit, […]
Having too many things cluttering up your home is a huge issue; especially when you are moving to a new place, selling or renting your house, or even planning a renovation. A mess of items you don’t know what to do with can be very frustrating and troublesome when it comes to organising and removing […]
Looking to reduce your food waste? The latest Consumer Pulse Report from Choice highlights the soaring cost of food as one of Aussie families’ greatest concerns. So with grocery bills rising, there’s never been a better time to reduce your household’s food waste. Check out these easy ways to reduce your household’s grocery bill.
In 2015 a young lady by the name of Sharlie Dei-Rossi gave a call-out to SA’s northern suburbs community in an attempt to help her sister, Lyndsay. A 27 year-old nurse from Adelaide, Lyndsay was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2007 and was struggling to make-ends-meet in the wake of living with this challenging illness.
Humans generate a staggering 2.1 billion tons of municipal waste per year, almost all of which eventually ends up as landfill. But across the globe an exciting alternative is growing in popularity. Waste-to-energy (WTE) is the process of creating energy from this discarded rubbish, and across Europe this pioneering technology is saving the planet.
Ever wondered what happens to your old computers or iPhones once you upgrade? Record amounts of e-waste were discarded around the world in 2014 and according to research conducted by the UN University, 42 million tonnes (42 billion kilograms) of electrical and electronic waste is added to global landfill stocks each and every year.