In Sydney, we have some of the most pristine beaches in Australia, as well as the world.
Bondi, Coogee and Manly are names that draw tourists from all over the world and provide enjoyment for locals all year round.
However, these beaches that we love and know so well are in danger. And the enemy is rubbish, namely plastic waste.
This waste is strewn all over our beautiful beaches and that simply is not good enough.
What’s more, plastic and other pieces of junk are killing our marine life, including both fauna and flora. It’s simply unsustainable and if we don’t do something soon,
Single use plastic bottles are the scourge of the natural world.
Along with bags, containers and other bits and pieces of plastic, these materials are destroying our natural habitats and killing our animals.
These bottles are so easily recyclable and avoidable that there is simply no excuses for them ending up on our beaches and in our waterways.
We all have a duty as citizens to ensure that we dispose of our waste properly, especially when that waste is recyclable.
At Sydney City Rubbish, we see this impact more than most. That’s why we understand exactly how important it is to recycle plastic bottles.
Office junk is one of the most common waste types that we remove and recycle on a daily basis. We know the ins and outs of office junk!
It commonly includes a wide range of materials, including plastics, metals, wood and all sorts of other pieces.
Unfortunately, like people, many businesses do also dispose of their waste incorrectly.
That’s why it’s so important to hire a professional Sydney rubbish removal to take care of your business waste.
We’ll take your Sydney office rubbish to certified recycling facilities, which ensures none of it ends up on our beaches.
All sorts of other items end up on our beaches, from both homes and businesses.
It’s so important that everyone does their part to make sure these recyclables end up exactly where they need to be.
To discuss rubbish removal for your Sydney business, get in touch with Sydney City Rubbish here.