MELBOURNE, Australia, Feb. 13, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to Waste Sense, the leading provider of waste management services Melbourne-wide, all businesses should be proactive and evaluate the waste they produce. As well as ensuring waste is managed in accordance with local laws, Waste Sense says businesses should also commit to acting sustainably to protect the environment.
Waste Sense points out that a smart waste management strategy can also reduce business expenses and some businesses may even find new sources of revenue as some of their waste products can be sold to be reused or recycled.
As well as cutting waste costs, incorporating a waste management policy into an environmental management system will benefit every area of a business. In addition to reduced environmental liability for a business, Waste Sense says a focus on sustainable waste practices will boost a business’ image and staff morale. Employees who perceive the business they work for to be ethical will likely feel a greater sense of commitment.
Regardless of whether a business is big or small, the first step to creating an effective waste management plan is to get an understanding of the type and amount of waste being produced. Conducting a waste audit is an important step and will help businesses divert materials from waste to recycling. A waste broker, like Waste Sense, can help a business make sense of its needs and source solutions of all sizes.
Specialising in waste management Melbourne-wide, Waste Sense works proactively with customers to divert waste from landfill into recycling markets. Committed to reducing landfill and ensuring recycling is made as easy as possible, Waste Sense manages over 1,000 waste collections each week and has achieved a recycling rate of over 80%. The broker provides 100% independent and unbiased advice on waste solutions to meet a business’ unique requirements.
To discuss the most cost-effective and environmentally responsible solution to waste needs, contact Waste Sense.
1300 492 783
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