05 Sep 2019

More Staff announcements for Waste Options

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Our clients are expanding and so is our team.

Our portfolio keeps growing and therefore new staff are welcomed to the Waste Options Team. Our clients are very important to us and ensuring that they are looked after and business runs smoothly is at the forefront of our business.

Waste Options have employed 3 new team members to help!

Meet Tracey Baker our Business Analyst and Reporting Expert. Tracey brings with her an amble amount of experience in IT & Excel. Her professionalism and expertise makes her the best for this vital role.

Meet Kayla Steward our new Customer Service. Kayla will be helping assist Gaby and is a vital help to supporting our team and clients. Kayla arrives with many years experience in customer service.

Meet Kellee Stuart our latest Contract Administrator. Kellee will be looking after one of our large national accounts. Kellee brings with her just over 3 years experience.

We are very honored and excited to introduce to our newest team members.

Make sure to say hello if you hear them on the phones.

Welcome Tracey, Kayla and Kellee!

08 Nov 2018

Is e-Waste clouding your space?

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If you are anything like our household with young children in the house then you will have an abundant of technology! Whether it be the ipads, chargers or mobile phones! Australians love their technology and on average will update their mobile phones every 18 months. The crate in the garage that is holding all the remotes that will be fixed one day or “we should hold on to that” spare phone to give to the kids to use for games!

Or is your office warehouse holding all the old computer screens and keyboards?

When e-Waste electronics end up in the landfills, toxins such as lead, mercury and cadmium may leak into the soil and water and have devastating affects to floral fauna and marine life. It is estimated that on average Australians will buy more than 4 millions televisions and 3 millions computers a year.

Do you know what e-Waste is? Do you know where to dispose of e-Waste? There are many companies that will take e-Waste and is just a matter of finding one that is local to you.

Mobile phones are a different drop off to your electronics such as TV’s and computers.So you will need to be aware of different drop off and collection points for your phones. Aldi supermarkets will have bins that collect your old phones, along with other stores.

Please note that each station will have guidelines and provisions on the items (that can be accepted) and amount of items that can be disposed of.

Alternatively we can help you remove your e-Waste or you can visit your local council website to view their drop off points and conditions.

Contact us on 02 8664 0052 or 1300 44 79 22.

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19 Oct 2018

Waste Options adding more for our customers!

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Our customers both existing and future are always one of the main focuses here at Waste Options, which recently our commitment has been to safety, quality and the environment. To back this up the team at Waste Options has worked extremely hard over the last 6 months and are proud to announce we have obtained 3 years certification in:

– AS/NZS 4801:2001 OH&S Management Systems
– ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems
– ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems

If you would like our help with your waste management in Australia please CALL us on 02 8664 0052 or proceed through our website for an online quote.

 

14 Jun 2018

New National Account Manager- Victoria

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MORE EXCITING NEWS!
Meet Claire Boskovic our newest National Account Manager for Victoria.
Claire brings with her over 6 years of experience, knowledge and professionalism in the Waste & Recycling market.
Claire will be looking after one of our exciting new clients.
Please join us in welcoming Claire to our dynamic team! Waste Options are honoured to have you apart of our team!

08 Mar 2018

Medical Waste and how Waste Options can help?

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Removal of Medical Waste can be a daunting thought, what if we said it doesn’t need to be!

When it comes to medical waste often people expect organising a reliable medical or clinical waste collection service to be a difficult or extremely expensive service to organise. At Waste Options we can look after all your medical services through one easy service and ensure you can get on with running your business, whether it be a doctor’s surgery, dentists or hospital etc.

As Waste Options provides all major waste and recycling services through our simple online model- you can also consolidate your required services such as general waste bins, cardboard recycling, commingled recycling, sanitary bins & confidential paper disposal through one provider. All our services are delivered on flexible 30 day terms with no hidden costs.

Clinical/ medical bins- We offer scheduled medical / clinical waste collections in two convenient bin sizes to suit your needs – 120 litres and 240 litres:

As per the NSW EPA- medical or clinical waste is defined as:

The protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997; Schedule 1 Scheduled Activities- Clause 50 Other definitions, defines clinical waste as follows:

Clinical waste means any waste resulting from medical, nursing, dental, pharmaceutical, skin penetration or other related clinical activity, being waste that has the potential to cause injury, infection or offence, and includes waste containing any of the following:

  • Human tissue (other than hair, teeth and nails)
  • bulk body fluids or blood
  • visibly blood-stained body fluids, materials or equipment
  • laboratory specimens or cultures
  • animal tissue, carcasses or other waste from animals used for medical research

Sharps collections- we offer sharps collections, often at the same time as your medical waste bin- with the container inside the bin for simplicity.

Shredding of medical records and personal documents- we offer confidential paper disposal in 120 litre and 240 litre bin sizes.

Ancillary services- we have arranged licensed and fully regulated services covering medical practices such as dentist liquid waste.

So if you have any unusual or niche service requirements please do not hesitate to give us a call 1300 44 79 22. Alternatively you can fill in our online quote!

 

23 Feb 2018

DID YOU KNOW?

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Waste Options can also help with the disposal of your grease trap!

There are some key points to know before you book! Before you book your grease trap service- it is good to understand the following concepts:

Restaurant grease trap: when you operate a business serving food such as a cafe, takeaway shop or restaurant you will likely be required to have a regulated grease trap on site.

Required schedule: the schedule you need to follow for grease trap cleaning will be set up and monitored by your local water authority. They will categorise your business based on business type, size of trap (in litres) to work out the required schedule. You will then be required to keep a record of the services performed. In Sydney- a barcode is scanned and the service performance is then recorded on the system automatically.

Barcode or trade waste agreement: In Sydney – each grease trap will have a barcode- this will be a white sticker/plaque attached to a wall or service near the trap. When you book a service it is best to have these details on hand.

Pricing: pricing per service is usually calculated on e per litre basis- i.e it will be a cost per litre X the number of litres in the trap. Many providers may have a minimum litre charge- i.e such as 1000 litres or higher.

Waste Options can also help with your disposal of grease traps as well as waste and recycle.

Call today 1300 44 79 22 or visit our website for an online quote. With flexible contracts and fair prices we can help with many options.