Quick Rubbish and Demolition Removal for Your Residential or Commercial Space

Quick Rubbish and Demolition Removal for Your Residential or Commercial Space

The world is at its knees because of degradation and the lack of concern from developed countries. Moreover, the Australian government has made a strong commitment to protecting its natural resources by enacting the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act of 1999 or what is commonly known as the EPBC Act.

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6 Ways To Manage And Reduce Waste In Your Commercial Building

6 Ways To Manage And Reduce Waste In Your Commercial Building

Successful businesses continually seek ways to cut costs and improve operational efficiencies. Organizations interested in better controlling and reducing building costs can take many steps to build a successful and sustainable business. 

Commercial buildings – office parks, retail, hotels, malls, medical centers, warehouses, etc. – generate significant amounts of waste. What strategies can be used to combat waste? 

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Get the Most Out of Your Training Sessions with These Tips

Get the Most Out of Your Training Sessions with These Tips

Some meetings are exciting. Closing big sales or negotiating corporate alliances. Others are more mundane. Take your average training session, a business-flavored flashback to a high school lecture hall.

Let’s face it…training sessions can feel like a drag. You’d rather have your team members stick to productive work. Meanwhile, they roll their eyes and prepare for a boring, jargon-laced drone.

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Why Sustainable Packaging Is a Shrewd Modern-Day Move (Infographic)

Why Sustainable Packaging Is a Shrewd Modern-Day Move (Infographic)

The eco-conscious consumers of today are far more likely to support businesses that show a commitment to environmentally-friendly practices. Read this guide to learn how you can appeal to green-minded customers with sustainable packaging.  

In 2019, many leading brands (such as Apple and Coca Cola) are putting environmentally-friendly practices at the core of their policies. As part of their efforts to go green, many companies have made product packaging central to their environmental policies. 

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Countless New Collections Contribute To Ocean Pollution

Countless New Collections Contribute To Ocean Pollution

The majority of plastics used on a daily basis end up in the ocean, but you probably didn’t know that a great percentage of that plastics is from our clothes. Today, plastic materials are used more and more in the fashion industry, including polyester, nylon, acrylic and other synthetic fibers. 

These are all cheap and versatile and it’s no wonder that about 60 percent of our clothes’ materials include these. To make things worse, these fibers contribute to ocean plastic pollution worldwide because they can even leach into the environment just by being washed.

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