We’re told to recycle for many reasons, including to help protect the environment by conserving natural resources. But that’s not all. Recycling helps you contribute to the size of landfills, which ultimately decreases greenhouse gas emissions. Additionally, it offers more employment opportunities. Recycling does not save energy and money but may also give you cash benefits.

Recycling, just like most things, starts at home. It is essential for you to learn how you can prevent wasting valuable items. This blog gives you helpful advice in everything relating to household recycling, such as knowing what you can and cannot put in your bin.

We begin with the basics here so that homeowners will understand that proper waste disposal is the key to dealing with this global issue. Please read our tips and guides found on the blog to learn the suitable methods of disposing of household waste and chemicals and how to deal with recyclable items.

To recycle your lithium batteries, you will need to take them to a specialist recycling centre.

How to Dispose of Lithium Batteries

Lithium and lithium-ion batteries power hundreds of products we come in contact with every day. The small and lightweight power sources make our devices, toys, and tools much easier to transport. However, as good as they are, you will need to recycle lithium batteries at some point. This guide will help you safely recycle these…

Scrap aluminum cans.

What You Can Put in Your Recycling Bin

Updated: 05/04/2023 Proper recycling of household and business waste is necessary. And the way Australians manage waste is now changing positively. However, there is still a long way to go. For many people, throwing items in the bin is almost like a reflex. There’s no second thought, just throwing away any rubbish they have in their…