Recycling tyres to save going to landfill with rubbish

2017-10-13T15:01:00+10:00

Tyre recycling, or rubber recycling, is the process of recycling waste tyres that are no longer suitable for use on vehicles due to wear or irreparable damage. These tyres are a problematic source of rubbish, due to the large volume produced, the durability of the tyres, and the components in the tyre (rubber, steel, textiles) that are ecologically problematic. Because they are highly durable and non-biodegradable, they can consume valuable space in landfills. Currently, [...]

Recycling tyres to save going to landfill with rubbish2017-10-13T15:01:00+10:00

The dangers of hazardous waste in skip bins

2017-03-16T08:53:18+10:00

Household hazardous waste includes everyday products such as  bleach, garden and pool chemicals, cleaning solvents that are purchased from the supermarket or hardware store, asbestos, tyres, liquid paint, oils, food, gas bottles and batteries. If you store household chemicals around your home after you no longer need them, you could: injure or poison someone if they drink, inhale or are burned by them endanger yourself and your property if chemicals ignite, explode or release toxic [...]

The dangers of hazardous waste in skip bins2017-03-16T08:53:18+10:00

Asbestos Information

2017-10-13T15:01:00+10:00

Asbestos: Approximately one third of all homes built in Australia contain asbestos products. As a general rule, if your house was built before the mid-1980s, it is highly likely that it would have some asbestos containing materials. If your house was built between the mid-1980s and 1990, it is likely that it would have asbestos containing materials. If your house was built after 1990, it is unlikely that it would have asbestos containing materials. The [...]

Asbestos Information2017-10-13T15:01:00+10:00
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