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Compostable vs Degradable… What’s in a name?

First Published in Waste + Water Management, Australia While many still consider the terms ‘compostable’, ‘degradable’ and biodegradable’ to be, for all intents,  interchangeable (or even a matter of naming semantics), nothing could be further from the truth – especially when it … Continue reading

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Sustainable Life Cycle

First Published in Waste + Water Management, Australia Compostable liners… What’s the go? Compostable liners are not only more sustainable in production, but also at end of life. The Market leading Compostable liners, from Compost-A-Pak™ are manufactured from seasonal corn … Continue reading

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Thick Enough To Trust

Our brand new Compost-A-Pak campaign is here! We would love to know what you think. Just click on the link provided below and feel free to leave us a comment on your thoughts.  

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VENTED CADDY BREEZES INTO THE MARKET

Following the continued success of our Food Waste Recycling containers, Source Separation Systems has further extended our product portfolio with the addition of the UK’s leading Vented Caddy from Straight Plc. The Vented Caddy has been designed to maximise the … Continue reading

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WOOLLAHRA GOES GREEN

Woollahra Municipal Council is leading the way amongst their inner city peers in sustainable waste management with their ‘Kitchen to Compost’ food waste recycling program. The Kitchen to Compost program encourages residents to place food scraps along with their garden … Continue reading

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