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Recoverables in the Hospital

The key focus of waste management in hospital spaces has traditionally been on Clinical Waste, which is not surprising given the associated dangers and disproportionately high costs of disposing of this waste safely. However, Australian studies have shown that up to 60 percent of clinical waste consists of general waste or recyclables. Complementing existing Clinical Waste options with best-practice systems to efficiently manage other waste streams such as Recyclables, Organics and Soft Plastics, can deliver better environmental benefits and reduce overall waste management costs.
Waste Streams Profile
28%
Cans and Bottles
16%
Paper/Cardboard
15%
Clinical
13%
Food Waste
11%
Soft Plastics
2%
E-Waste
15%
Residual
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Food Court Recycling Programs – What To Consider…

Waste diversion programs in food courts is becoming increasingly common, driven by public demand for better recycling facilities, and the business benefits of sustainable work practice, both in terms of optimised....

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Best Practice Recycling Bins & the Right Industry Contacts Makes Recycling Easy!

Source Separation Systems’ specialise in providing you an extensive range of innovative products, manufactured to the highest standards, with specialised diversion features…. however there is no sense driving your colleagues to....

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Customising A Solution

We were excited to feature in Waste Management Review’s August 2018 article “Customising A Solution”. This article really highlights why we are so passionate about partnering with our customers to develop....

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