Useful Tips on How to Minimize the Cost of Hiring a Skip Bin

22 November 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Skip bins provide a simple, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly means of managing domestic and commercial waste. Whether you need a skip bin for construction, renovation, cleanup, or a moving project, minimizing the cost of hiring can offer significant financial benefits. Here are some useful tips on how to reduce the cost of hiring a skip bin and get the most out of the process. Choose the right skip bin size Skip bins come in a variety of sizes ranging from mini to large bins. Read More 

What to Do When a Small Creature Decides to Explore Your Air Conditioning Unit

26 July 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Air conditioning can be simply heavenly during the warmer months. Your friends and family will obviously appreciate it too when they visit you. But you probably don't want to share your air conditioning with any of the creatures that might live in your garden. While it's unlikely, it's possible for rodents and reptiles to make their way into your air conditioner, whether it's the external component of your split system unit, or even into the ducts inside your home. Read More 

Lose The Gorse: Why And How You Should Remove Invasive Gorse Shrubs From Your Land

28 April 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

The fight to preserve Australia's natural ecosystem against all manner of invasive flora and fauna is a difficult one, and in many cases dangerous exotic species may be living right under your nose. Gorse (Ulex europaeus), also known as common gorse or furze, is one of these dangers in plain sight -- an unassuming shrub with attractive flowers, it was used extensively in years gone by to provide hardy hedges and fodder for livestock, and can be found in most parts of Australia and New Zealand. Read More 

Questions to Ask Any Potential Grease Trap Cleaning Service Provider

4 November 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

If you run a restaurant of any sort, you will need to have a grease trap installed over your drain. This captures oily substances and solids that would otherwise contaminate the city sewer or water supplies and would also likely clog your drains and cause a backup. Your grease trap needs to be cleaned on a regular basis, and it's likely that your city or other municipality will have some regulations regarding how often this needs to be done. Read More 

Step-By-Step Guidelines to Conduct a Workplace Safety Assessment

17 August 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Employees are the heartbeat, and probably the greatest assets of your business; without them, it's virtually impossible to provide much needed services to clients. That's why workplace safety should never be compromised at any particular time since the safety of employees is heavily pegged on it. A workplace safety assessment should be an integral part of the workplace safety plan for your business. So, how does one practically conduct a workplace safety assessment? Read More