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Instant Waste Management gets involved in the media, government and Industry association workshops. We are developing & communicating the positive messages needed today, helping create behaviour change, promoting and acknowledging the success of recycling initiatives, like our “Waste Sustainability in Action” educational film. Click here to watch the Go-Pro Camera footage of our process. Once you’ve had a look at our news articles, please download our retail discount voucher.
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Everything you need to know about our wet/dry vacuum tanker services

Instant Waste Management offers both wet and dry vacuum tanker services, commonly used in the industrial, commercial, and retail sectors. Below is a breakdown of the wet and dry waste types we service. Once wet/dry waste is removed from tanks and traps, Instant Waste Management safely transports waste back...

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Is a Skip Bin the best option for my waste disposal?

Instant Waste Management’s most popular and versatile waste disposal service is our iconic blue Skip Bins. Our skip services can be used for various projects, including residential, industrial, and commercial projects. We accept a range of rubbish, including organic/green waste, household items such as furniture, building rubble, surplus building...

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Eco-friendly Easter

Make this year’s Easter a sustainable one by following our easy DIY gift ideas for family and friends and tips on how you can host a low-waste Easter event. There are numerous ways to make this year’s Easter more sustainable; some ideas include; cooking with sustainable ingredients and using...

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8 Uses for Shredded Paper

Throwing away shredded paper creates unnecessary waste that ends up in landfill. For this month’s blog, we thought it would be good to give readers some alternative ideas to what can be done with shredded paper waste. Shredded paper can be very useful for gardening. It can be used...

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New Year Clean-out

With the New Year upon us, it’s the perfect time to plan a clean out to make a fresh start for 2023. Both indoor and outdoor spaces can be cleaned, with minimal costs required. Below we have provided some tips you can follow for your next clean up. Indoors:...

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Tips for low-waste Christmas events

With Christmas around the corner, many of us are planning annual events to celebrate. Christmas events often produce unnecessary amounts of waste that have devastating effects on our environment. This Christmas, why not plan and run a low-waste event following the simple tips and ideas we have provided below....

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Everything you need to know about Circular Economy

What is a Circular Economy? A circular economy aims to reduce wastage and pollution using the 3R’s initiative which are reduce, reuse, and recycle. How does it work? The circular economy framework also known as the butterfly loop, incorporates the technical cycle and biological cycle. The technical process includes...

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Why you should not be putting batteries in bins

Did you know that the one of main causes of fires in waste trucks and waste management facilities are faulty lithium batteries that ignite once thrown away. People across Australia are unknowingly contributing to an increase fire risk by improperly disposing of batteries in their general waste bins. Besides...

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SUMMER SKIP HIRE PRICE 2023

Instant Waste Management provides fast and flexible delivery options to suit individual needs from residential to construction customers. Simply call us today on 9379 2111 or book online. Save by booking online PLUS get 7 days for the price of 4 (if required). Until 30th November 2023. YOU CHOOSE your...

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Setting up Workplace Paper and Cardboard Recycling

Why Recycle? Making cardboard from recycled material, rather than brand new fibre, saves not only trees, but also large amounts of water (up to 99% less) and energy (up to 50% less). One tonne of recycled cardboard saves almost 175 litres of oil and up to 250 cubic feet...