As consumers, surely we would not be too pleased if we received an item that appears to be tampered or not securely sealed. Thus, some businesses may not be able to avoid excess packaging. We can however, responsibly handle the disposal of these materials.
How do environmentally conscious global citizens tackle this issue?
A: Co-Mingled Recycling.
Although we cannot stop manufacturers and suppliers from using excess packaging, we can control what we do with these materials. Co-Mingled Recycling allows the disposal of all different types of waste in the one bin. Hiring one type of bin allows you to:
- Save more money: By hiring one bin instead of three.
- Use less space: By hiring one bin instead of three.
- Reduce cleaning time: By tossing in one bin instead of three.
With the many benefits of Co-Mingled Recycling, why would you not to want to effectively manage your waste?
Bingo Industries offers an efficient and effective Co-Mingled Recycling service. This is beneficial to households and high-waste industries from cafes to hotel chains.
This sustainably-managed plan allows for a resourceful use and handling of recyclable materials. So, if you cannot avoid purchasing excess packaged items, like a parcel coming from overseas, you can encourage the eco-friendly recycling process.
What recyclables can go in a Co-Mingled bin?
Materials of a broad nature can be recycled. The process of sorting can be machine-operated or manual to avoid any toxins being incorrectly handled. Items including food, liquids or sanitary waste cannot be recycled- but parts of their packaging can be.
To narrow it down for you, here is a quick guide of what to dispose in a co-mingled bin and what to be sure to exclude:
|What to Toss In?
|| What to Leave Out?
|Plastic bottles without the lid