Proactive in the preservation of the environment
Waste has a negative impact on the environment, which is why our recycling services can help reduce pollution and ensure the environment that is free of harmful chemicals.
At Coastal Waste Management, we aim to minimise the amount of waste that is taken to landfill. Whether it’s residential or industrial recycling, you have we can help you to do your part in preserving the environment. Use our skip bins and return them to our Waste Transfer Station for recycling and sorting.
Coastal Waste Zero Waste Recycling Policy
By sorting recyclable waste, we aim to minimise the amount of waste and rubbish that is taken to landfill.
Our Zero Waste Policy applies to all our recycling efforts throughout WA. Whether residential, commercial or industrial recycling, everyone plays in part in preserving the environment.
Coastal Waste skip bins are delivered directly to our Waste Transfer Station for sorting and recycling – helping to reduce the risk of pollution and preserve our environment for future generations. Step up your Perth recycling efforts with Coastal Waste Recycling Services and help us work towards Zero-Waste in WA.
Types of Recycling We Offer
The vast majority of the waste brought back to our transfer station is made up of the following products:
- Wood Timber can be reused for building materials, reprocessed into mulch or pulp. By recycling wood, you can reduce the number of trees that are cut down.
- Bricks To avoid waste materials from entering landfills, bricks are recycled and crushed to produce new bricks.
- Paper The process of waste paper recycling involves mixing used/old paper with water and chemicals to break it down. This is then chopped up heated, and further broken down into strands of cellulose. This resulting mixture is called pulp, or slurry and recycled into new paper.
- Cardboard Cardboard recycling is the reprocessing and reuse of thick sheets or stiff multilayered papers that have been used, discarded or regarded as waste.
- Metals You can recycle metal without altering its properties. The most common recyclable metals include aluminium and steel.
- Plastics The process of plastic recycling can be used to recover scrap or waste plastic and reprocessing the material into useful products.
- Green waste Yard trimmings, leaves, and flower cuttings can be decomposed and recycled to produce green waste.
- Concrete Concrete recycling is an increasingly common process of reusing rubble for new construction projects.
- Recycling conserves energy
- Reduces air and water pollution
- Reduces greenhouse gases
- Conserves natural resources
Recycling Articles and Blogs
Contact us for more information about our recycling services.