Recycling Guides

Recycling Guides

Skip Bins

All About Skip Bins: From Delivery to Disposal

Skip bins are a common sight in residential neighborhoods, construction sites, and commercial premises around the world. These metal bins play a crucial role in waste management & rubbish removal , offering a convenient and efficient way to collect, dispose of waste, reduce waste and recycle waste. If you’ve ever wondered what skip bins are and how they work, this guide will provide you with all the essential information.

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Missed the Recycling Proposal? We can get you caught up.

On the 29th of April, The Ministry for the Environment released a proposal to transform the way we recycle in New Zealand. It is reported that New Zealand only recycles 1/3 of the waste that is placed in council bin pickups and inorganic waste collections. Resulting in around 76% of material being send to landfill.

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Auckland Council introduces new council bin contractors

Have you been wondering why your council bin collection is coming at a new time or a new truck has collected your council bin rubbish? Since 2020, the Auckland Council has been taking action to standardize rubbish bin collection services across Auckland. In the past, certain areas in Auckland have not been able to have

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Christmas Tree Removal and Disposal

The Christmas holiday is coming to an end and businesses are back open and ready for the new year. If you are like most people in Auckland, you will be heading back to work and may not have time to remove and dispose of your used Christmas tree. No need to worry, we have you

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December Donations

We always jump at an opportunity to give back to our community and recently with the help of another company, we got to deliver and donate 6 new dishwashers and 6 new induction cooktops to a deserving organization. Finding a suitable, affordable home can be hard in New Zealand. On top of this, finding a

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Monthly Food Bank Donation – November 2020

This month we got the opportunity to donate three bags full of food goods to Vision West located in Glen Eden. It was pouring down with rain on the day of delivery; however, I was greeted by Linda, who is part of the lovely staff there. I was shown where they keep the food and

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Our visit to Kiwi Harvest – Food Bank Drop Off

This month, 0800 dump me (Williams Property Service)  got the opportunity to drop off our food can donations to a great organization called Kiwi Harvest. Kiwi Harvest works with a wide range of food businesses such as supermarkets, cafes, restaurants and hotels, to collect their extra good food that would have otherwise been sent to

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Under House Rubbish Removal – Flexi Bin vs 0800dumpme

If you are installing under house installation and need all the rubbish under your house removed, or just need under house rubbish removal in general, there are two effective ways to go about removing and disposing of the rubbish. Most people go the traditional route of buying a flexi bin or hiring a skip bin,

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Carpet Disposal

Carpet Disposal There are many reasons that homeowners replace their carpet. For our family, it was because the carpet got old from wear and tear. However, for others it might be because there was a leak or flood and the carpet got wet and destroyed from the water. Whatever the reason, you decided to replace

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Christchurch council approves plan to save estuary from waste pollution

The 50-year-old Bexley rubbish dump that is located on the bank of a Christchurch estuary is in danger of bank erosion, which could result in old waste polluting the Avon-Heathcote Estuary. Hospital waste, household rubbish, construction waste and car parts were dumped in the Bexley tip during the 1950-1980s and around 180 tonnes of waste

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