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.
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~ 5 minute read - Each year, millions of us make New Year’s resolutions, hoping to spark positive change.
Christmas is usually a flurry of wrapping paper, cards, plastic packaging and consumerism. And traipsing around countless shops, jostling with the throngs of over- zealous shoppers in panic mode can be exhausting – leaving you frazzled, fed up and anything but festive!
The average Australian produces 1.5 tonnes of waste per year and with Australia’s population expected to reach 37.6 million by 2050, waste generation is inevitably on the rise. This increase in waste inevitably drives pollution – and, in turn, global warming – and the devastating impact this has on our...
It seems that Spring has finally sprung in Perth. The Winter months are at last retreating, as the warmth of Spring graces our shores and we awaken to a new-found surge of energy.
Did you know that buildings – including the homes we live in – account for about 40% of global energy consumption? That’s over a third of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Instant Waste Management have been awarded the 2018 HIA GreenSmart Award for Resource Efficiency.
With Australia’s waste volumes increasing at double the rate of our population and the implementation of China’s National Sword Policy in January this year, it is more crucial than ever that we take considerable measures to reduce landfill and cut global warming emissions.
With the world’s population expected to reach 8.6 billion by 2030, waste generation is inevitably on the rise. The volume of waste sent to landfill and the devastating impact this has on the environment – and our health – is alarming to say the least.
The average person in Western Australia produces a whopping 2.4 tonnes of waste each year. On a per capita basis, this makes WA the highest waste-producing state in Australia.