|Posted on 29 June, 2018 at 23:20||comments (9)|
Attached is our very first edition of E.M.U News.
Each quarter we will bring you valuable information that can help you with making decisions on what to do and how to do it as well as informative stories from around the world.
This month includes:
* Turning Rubbish into Energy
* How to calculate how many loads you have
* Do you need Clean Fill
* A message from Sir David Attenborough
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|Posted on 27 June, 2018 at 1:05||comments (0)|
Sweden is almost a rubbish free country by turning rubbish into energy. Wouldn't it be great if Australia and in particular Perth worked towards being a rubbish free country and state whilst also creating energy.
By using BnL Earthworks you can be assured that you are contributing to your state and country by recycling.
All green waste and household waste collected by us is sent to recycling facilities where it is sorted and recycled where possible significantly reducing the amoun...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 9 February, 2018 at 1:35||comments (2)|
BnL Earthworks is proud to say we recycle everything possible. Our rubbish and green waste is sent to a site that recycles everything possible rather than dumping it in our local landfill sites. This assists in the reduction of environmental impacts within our communities.
You, our customers can rest assured knowing that by using BnL Earthworks your household rubbish and green waste is going to be recycled. Steel, concrete, glass, tyres, mattresses, bricks, green wast...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 29 January, 2018 at 2:15||comments (0)|
HOUSEHOLD waste charges could increase and Perth’s low recycling rates plummet further after China banned the importation of recycled products such as paper and plastics.
In a move that has drawn alarm from State Environment Minister Stephen Dawson, the Chinese Government recently said it would stop accepting recycled waste from overseas countries including Australia from the end of this year.
The decision comes as a major blow to Perth’s resour...Read Full Post »