Green skip bins: helping the environment one skip at a time

Green skip bins: helping the environment one skip at a time

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For many years, we humans have been harming the environment in more ways than one. While it is not possible to reverse previous effects, we need to be more environmentally conscious so that further damage is not done. Being environmentally conscious starts from the home itself – proper waste disposal can really help the environment.

It saddens me to know that many Brisbane residents are still oblivious to the impact improper waste disposal has on the environment. As a professional in this industry, I will take this opportunity to explain why it is important to go green and how you can achieve this with the aid of green skip bins.

Food waste in Australia

It is estimated that 4.45 million tonnes of food is thrown out to landfills yearly. This is roughly worth about $7.8 billion. While this is certainly a staggering amount of waste, a more pressing issue is the fact that this waste is extremely harmful to the environment. To quote Jon Dee, founder of Do Something!, “The vast majority of Australians are unaware that when discarded food rots in landfills, it gives off methane, a greenhouse gas that’s 25 times more potent than the carbon pollution that comes out of your car exhaust”. Food waste is recyclable, so it must never end up in landfill. Rather, consider hiring green skip bins so it can be taken to a recycling depot to be put to good use. Being responsible Australians, we must always ensure that our green waste is appropriately disposed.

Green waste explained

In my years of experience, I’ve noticed that many people do not really understand the term green waste. While some think green waste means recyclable food waste, green waste isn’t only restricted to food waste. It also includes garden waste such as leaves, trees, lawn clippings, etc. Essentially, all 100% recyclable waste is referred to as green waste. As I mentioned earlier, green waste mustn’t be dumped in landfills. We need to be more conscious of waste disposal and make more of an effort to separate green waste from general waste. This can be done effectively by using green skip bins.

Go green with 4 Waste green skip bins

4 Waste specialises in green waste collection in Brisbane. By making use of our green skip bins, you can dramatically reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. More so, the process couldn’t be simpler. We deliver the skip, you fill it with your green waste and after 7 days, we remove it and dispose of it correctly. You keep your home clean whilst also helping the environment – it’s a win-win! Hiring green skip bins is an easy task. Simply get in touch with us or book online. Our skip bins start at just $275 for a 7-day hire, so you needn’t break the bank when saving the environment.

Conclusion:

As responsible residents of Brisbane, we must be more environmentally conscious. The best place to start is with proper disposal of household waste. Too many people dump recyclable waste in landfills, increasing methane production, a poisonous greenhouse gas. All recyclable waste, such as food waste and garden waste should be properly disposed of and sent to recycling depots rather than landfills. This can easily be achieved by hiring green skip bins; the simplest and most cost-effective way to dispose of green waste whilst helping the environment as well.



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Green Waste Rules: No logs, stumps, palm Logs, whole trees, mulched trees, golden cane trunks, soil, or turf. Branches must be under 13cm in diameter. All green waste must stay under the top rail of the Skip Bin, with nothing poking up.

General Waste Rules: No rocks, bricks, tiles, concrete, pavers, hard wood, paint, chemicals, tyres, carpet,mattress, soil, dirt, sand or hard fill. All general waste must stay under the top rail of the skip bin, with nothing poking up.