BINGO is proud to be joining forces with, Dial A Dump Industries (DADI), following the all-clear from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
From BINGO Industries’ beginnings as a small Sydney skip operator in 2005, the company has grown to a highly successful listed enterprise and a leader in recycling and resource management operating across three States.
In 2016, 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development were implemented.
In the State of Victoria, all commercial businesses and industrial sites must ensure that the handling and disposal of recyclable materials are easily accessible and are disposed of correctly. To successfully handle waste generated rubbish, recyclables and additional streams such as organic waste, there are various technologies and equipment available for individuals and businesses.
As featured in our earlier article, Waste Reduction Tips for Construction Sites, there are two important factors involving resource recovery and sustainable practices:
Recovery rates are higher for recycled construction and demolition materials. The more people that engage in environmentally conscious efforts, the more material that can be reduced and reused.
Increasing the rate of recyclables and material separation, and decreasing the amount of unrecoverable waste is important for sustainability and environmental awareness.
Four times the waste in a quarter of the space, cardboard compactor hire is an innovative and efficient waste management solution. A compactor is generally used to compress large volumes of recyclable paper and cardboard.
Schools Tree Day is a national initiative by Planet Ark, engaging students to take part in environmentally friendly activities. Linked to syllabus outcomes in Society & Environment and Science, Schools Tree Day is about more than planting a tree. It teaches our students about the value of the environment and why we should work together to preserve it.
Construction & Demolition (C&D) Waste refers to the waste produced as a result of building and demolition activities. At every step of the building process there is opportunity for businesses to minimise environmental impact. As such, businesses can also benefit from generating more profit by using recovered building materials and recycling building supplies.