Junk Removal In Adelaide
Junk removal Adelaide services are just some of the more common calls we get here at SA Skip Bins Adelaide. Whether we’re talking about domestic clients or commercial clients, there’s always plenty of junk that needs to be moved around by residents of the city. And since we have been one of the most trusted brand names in waste management and collection in twenty years, we’ve become something of an old hand in the removal and collection of junk throughout the city.
So we’ve condensed all of the collected knowledge we have on junk removal, for your convenience. We hope that we can help you learn everything you want to know about proper junk removal and storage, depending on the type of junk you may have. We’ve also thrown in ways of mitigating the amount of junk that you might accumulate by practicing sensible recycling techniques.
Domestic trash is one of the most common sources of the trash growing in our waste management facilities today. In fact, an average person is responsible for the production of at least 4.3 pounds of waste per day. Since most individuals spend 50% of their time at home, it’s safe to assume that majority of this trash is produced at home, so there’s good reason to believe that most households produce a lot of domestic waste every year.
So take this into perspective. The United States produces around 220 million tonnes of garbage per year; while Adelaide produces a much smaller amount, that’s still not a very promising number. It’s safe to say that around 80 to 100 million tonnes of the garbage we produce in this city is mostly composed of household rubbish.
Now, you might say that the amount of trash you throw away day by day doesn’t look like a lot. But here’s the thing: it accumulates. Try to store your trash for a couple of weeks, and you’ll see that storing and removing them becomes a problem. The removal of domestic junk from your premises is a joint effort of the community, the city, and private service providers like us.
On the other hand, commercial waste is no better. People spend half their lives in their place of work, and since these are areas of convergence for employees, businessmen, clients, couriers—virtually individuals from all walks of life—the amount of trash and junk generated by commercial areas is markedly higher in concentration than those found in domestic situations. Think about it: offices produce and purge plenty of stationery and office materials. Restaurants produce plenty of organic waste. And commercial complexes produce an even larger variety of organic and inorganic waste.
Then there are the businesses that engage in the use of potentially hazardous materials. Cleaning and maintenance companies use a lot of solvents in their line of work, while hospitals produce a lot of disposable hospital equipment that could be contaminated. These high-risk waste producers are also covered by the commercial waste umbrella, and require efficient storage, collection, and disposal practices that could protect the community from contamination of any sort.
That’s why the government imposes a strict schedule of collection for hard rubbish, as well as professional-grade disposal practices. Most businesses thus tend to rely on professional services like ours to ensure that proper waste management protocols are observed in the handling of commercial waste.
One of the things that makes us a company worth working with is our dedication to the reduction and management of the waste produced by both domestic and commercial sources. We ensure that our clients are educated in the importance of green waste disposal practices. This not only makes it easier for them to reduce the amount of waste they generate every period, it also makes it easier for us to collect and segregate their waste.
One of the biggest components of our green initiative is ensuring that our clients are knowledgeable in the segregation of their waste. Not all rubbish is organic, for example. Some of the things our clients toss into the bins aren’t all harmful, and some could even be recycled. It is for the best interests of our clients to be aware of what trash is organic, what trash is recyclable, and what trash is hazardous.
We also push for proper composting practices. Composting reduces the load of disposing organic, biodegradable waste, and turns it into a finished product that can lead to the betterment of a community. And at SA Skip Bins, we believe that this is all part of a bigger junk removal Adelaide system.