Tag Archives: Waste Education

Looking To A More Sustainable Future

Here at Source Separation Systems we pride ourselves on being the leaders of innovation within our industry! Today we are pleased to announce our brand new products to help work towards a more sustainable future. Innovative workplace solutions, which you … Continue reading

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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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Boosting Organic Resource Recovery

First Published in Waste + Water Management, Australia Organic kitchen waste makes up to 50% of the total domestic household waste stream in Australia. An effective household organics collection and processing service can make a significant difference in diverting waste … Continue reading

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World-First Certified Compostable Non-woven Bag

Together with compostable bin liners, the Compost-A-Pak range also includes a range of innovative non-woven products, including the world’s first, fully certified biodegradable and compostable non-woven bag. This new and innovative green technology is designed to replace the traditional polypropylene … Continue reading

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The Responsibility Is Ours

A report released by CSIRO scientist Denise Hardesty, following an investigation into Australia’s coastal rubbish, paints an alarming picture. The research discovered that about three quarters of the rubbish along the coast was plastic, and most is from Australian sources. In fact with … Continue reading

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