How to negotiate a rubbish removal contract for your business

Proper rubbish removal is an essential service for any type of business. If you rely on a particular company to remove and dispose of waste from your commercial property, then you probably signed a contract with them in advance. A contract ensures that both parties will adhere to the terms of the agreement. A contract also clearly stipulates what each party is responsible for—and the consequences of failing to fulfil your obligations. [Read More]

Excavated Material: Understanding the Elements Compromising Soil Cleanliness

Contaminated soil can compromise the environment if not properly handled and disposed of correctly. Therefore, if you are planning on excavating your property for construction, renovation or landscaping work, you should think about the disposal options for your excavated waste. In general, if your soil is clean, you can reuse it within your worksite for applications such as backfilling and gardening. You can also sell the material for reuse in other properties for land development. [Read More]

Mystery Bin! What to Do When an Unknown Skip Bin Is Placed Outside Your Home

A skip bin sitting on a driveway or on the street outside a home is a fairly common sight in the average Australian suburb. And yet it can come as quite a surprise to arrive home to find a skip bin outside your property when you haven't in fact hired one. It's unlikely to be a case of the bin having been delivered to the wrong address, and chances are that it was put in what was considered to be the right place. [Read More]

Two mistakes that make de-cluttering projects harder than they need to be

De-cluttering a house that's filled to the brim with 'stuff' is a difficult task. However, you can make this experience a lot less challenging by understanding some of the most common mistakes that people tend to make when tackling this type of project and doing your best to avoid making these errors during your own de-cluttering session. Read on to find out what these mistakes are. Failing to establish a disposal plan [Read More]