Plastic waste includes any waste material such as water sachets and plastic bottles that have been discarded. Plastic waste recycling is available to all of our commercial clients and rewarded with a discount. Blue coloured 240 litre bins are provided for this special exercise. The plastic waste is processed by our partners into new plastic products such as domestic products and toys.
Recycling glass is easy, and glass containers returned for recycling help to make new glass bottles and jars. Recycling glass has big environmental pay offs. It saves raw materials, lessens demand for energy, and cuts CO2 emissions.
Textile waste includes any waste material such as cloth or material or sewn clothes that have been discarded. Textile waste recycling is available to all of our commercial clients and rewarded with a discount. Black coloured 240 litre bins are provided for this special exercise. The textile waste is processed by our partners into new bags and accessories.
TOTAL WASTE RECYCLING
Clients that have been able to establish systems to segregate at least three streams of waste are considered to be on their way to total waste recycling. This is the idea that there would be zero waste. Everything would be either reused or recycled. Although this is the goal for all of our clients, we acknowledge that such behavior change takes time and we are very proud of those that have made it this far. They receive the largest discount for their efforts.
LOCALFREE PICK UP
RecyclerApp offers free pick up service that is courteous, timely, and considerate to all our commercial, industrial and institutional clients.
Recycling cardboard takes 24% less energy and produces 50% less sulfur dioxide than making cardboard from raw materials. Collection is the first step of recycling cardboard. RecyclerApp collect the waste cardboard at designated cardboard collection points. Majority of the collection points include trash bins, stores, scrap yards, and commercial outlets that generate cardboard waste. After collection, they are then measured and hauled to recycling facilities, mostly paper mills.
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