Paper Recycling | Cardboard Recycling | Secure Document Destruction | Waste Management Business
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Paper recycling bins, where necessary, should be added to any business or household collection schedule. The process of recycling paper uses 50% less energy and 90% less water than the initial manufacturing phase. Australian households purchase approximately 2.4 million tonnes of paper per year and Redooo provides Australians with a convenient booking system to schedule, manage and recycle paper effectively.
Redooo has an advanced network and Australia-wide coverage of Document Destruction service providers, our document shredding service provides peace of mind and security for households and businesses. If you are disposing of archives, Redooo can also organise Archive Box collection to save any sorting or document management internally. Redooo connects you with services that specialise in ensuring you and your company complies with the Privacy Act. The Privacy Act requires organisations and individuals to securely destroy personal information.
Recycling bins are first processed at a sorting centre to remove any material that is not recyclable. Flat pack cardboard boxes save space and ensure recycling facilities can easily identify foreign waste materials. Households are encouraged to recycle cardboard and paper in the yellow lid recycling bin, however, Redooo can provide cardboard and recycling services to clear an over consumption of these waste materials.
Redooo offers waste receptacles of every size for recyclable materials. Redooo can also provide households and businesses a service with a lock if the bins are kept in a public area or if some of the contents provide some sensitive information. Redooo recommends Document Destruction bins are kept locked so documents can be disposed of but not removed without unlocking the bin.
Please note that acceptance criteria varies across States and Territories. Have a look at our Allowed and Prohibited lists below to get an understanding, however in order to receive information about the most recent regulation, please visit you local council website.
Unless noted otherwise, Hazardous Materials** and Dangerous Goods*** are strictly banned in all waste streams. If you are not sure or have a requirement to dispose of any of these types of items please contact us and we will find a solution for you.
**Hazardous Materials - Unless explicitly allowed, Hazardous Materials include Aerosol Cans, Tyres, Batteries, Asbestos, Chemicals of any kind, Oil Heaters, Gas Bottles, Fire Extinguishers, Old Insulation, Fibro, Fibreglass roof sheeting, Fibro-cement sheeting, Ammunition, Flares, Paint, Paint Related Products, Other Prescribed or Hazardous Wastes, Bio Wastes or any Liquid or Flammable Waste like Fuel and Oil, Poisons, or any other Liquid Waste. If you are not sure or have a requirement to dispose of any of these types of items please contact us and we will find a solution for you.
***Dangerous Goods - Unless explicitly allowed, Dangerous Goods include Explosive Substances and Articles, Gases, Flammable Liquids and Solids, Self-Reactive Substances and Solid Desensitized Explosives, Substances liable to spontaneous combustion, substances which, in contact with Water, emit Flammable and/or Toxic Gases, Oxidizing Substances, Organic Peroxides, Toxic Substances, Infectious Substances, Radioactive Material, Corrosive Substances, Miscellaneous Dangerous Substances and Articles. If you are not sure or have a requirement to dispose of any of these types of items please contact us and we will find a solution for you..