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Water and beach pollution

Do you know that humans produce over 230 million tons of rubbish annually? Excess rubbish overfills our collection sites, gets into our streams and rivers, and endangers animals and humans across the globe. Even worse, carelessness causes problems like turtles and birds having plastic rings around the neck, diseases, and greenhouse emissions. Recycling is one way to

Asbestos removal
Asbestos hasn't been used in Australia since the 1980s, and a total ban on its import and use came into effect at the end of 2003. Despite this, it was used so commonly that plenty of these notorious minerals still lie undisturbed in the structures of buildings. In most cases, asbestos doesn't cause any problems
Where does rubbish go
In our modern age, we get used our method of rubbish disposal, during which everything disappears and we never worry about it again. But where does all that rubbish go? Today's citizens often worry about ecological concerns and how their waste contributes to growing environmental problems. Depending on the rubbish you throw out, it could
Compost recyclables and rubbish
With people becoming more interested in becoming environmental-friendly, it's no wonder that recycling and composting have become quite popular. Still, there's plenty left to do to safely dispose of more types of waste. In this blog, you'll learn about which basic day-to-day items fall into three categories of waste: recycling, compost and rubbish. As you
Clean home
After a thrilling holiday with your family, you can't wait to go home and relax in your own bed. But when you pull into your driveway, you instinctively know something went wrong while you were away. The grass squishes under your step, and the basement windows look as though they've been splattered with brown paint.