DRY AND WET WASTE

Dry and Wet Waste Recycling

Looking for a cost-effective dry and wet waste recycling solution?

URM provides excellent waste management services for commercial and residential clients.

Waste is disposed and recycled in an environmentally friendly way, as per EPA (Environment Protection Authority) standards.

Leave the work to us, so you can get on with running your business, or keeping your home in order.

Why is Waste Segregation Important?

Segregating waste is in the best interest of our health and environment.

When mixed dry and wet waste breaks down in landfill, it creates nasty greenhouse gases.

Segregating waste helps divert it from landfill, ensuring that it is recycled properly.

Mixed dry waste, such as glass and paper, can be turned into new products.

This saves energy and resources needed to create products from raw material.

By providing separate bins to your home or office, we make waste segregation easy.

What is Dry Waste?

Dry mixed waste consists of waste that doesn’t decay.

It is free of organic material such as food.

Dry mixed recycling helps materials find second lives.

For example, glass can be recycled hundreds of times into new jars and bottles.

URM accepts dry garbage such as:

  • Plastic
  • Sawdust
  • Household junk
  • Glass
  • Textiles
  • Metal
  • Cardboard and other mixed paper
  • Timber
  • Home or office furniture

 

We have a range of green and cost-effective solutions for your home or business.

Click here to hire a bin or skip, or have us collect and dispose of mixed dry waste for you.

Want 3 Months FREE?

We’d like to show you what efficiency and superior customer care look like by starting you off with up to 3 months FREE!*

*3 months free offer is based on a minimum 3 year term contract for new commercial customers.

New 1 or 2 year contract customers are eligible for 1 or 2 months of free services respectively.

What is Wet Waste?

Wet waste (such as food scraps or cooking oils) is biodegradable.

Recycling diverts food waste from landfill and turns it into compost.

Restaurants, factories and building sites all need efficient wet waste solutions. Many of them rely on URM to help their business run smoothly.

URM accepts the following wet waste materials:

  • Organic food matter
  • Grease
  • Cooking fats
  • Hazardous waste
  • Oil
  • Other liquid waste produced as a by-product.

URM employees follow Workplace Health and Safety laws at all times to ensure your protection.

Did you know?

In Australia, around 4 tonnes of food ends up in landfill each year. As food waste decomposes it releases harmful gases. By segregating office and household waste, you reduce your carbon footprint. (Oz Harvest)

Get in touch with us for more information about URM, our products and services.