INDUSTRIAL WASTE REMOVAL

Industrial waste removal involves the removal of waste that arises from industrial processes such as manufacturing. It’s often used to help with factories, warehouses, and other such settings. As factories and warehouses are diverse, it’s always better to choose a team that’s adept at handling multiple types of waste. We spend time training our staff so they can handle waste appropriately and safely. At All Trash Oz, we can dispose of everything from paper through to rubble, all while maintaining an eco-friendly approach with each job we attend.

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Why use a specialist team for industrial junk removal?

Industrial junk removal often involves shifting large volumes of waste. Some of this waste could also prove to be hazardous but this will vary according to the environment you’re working in. Using a specialist team rather than an everyday waste removal company ensures you benefit from the latest machines and technologies. Additionally, you’re also more likely to receive the right amount of manpower for the task so you can enjoy efficient results. Finally, teams such as the ones you’ll find at All Trash Oz dispose of industrial waste responsibly, so your business remains compliant with the law. We never cut corners when it comes to disposing of waste. Once it’s left your vicinity, you can relax knowing that it’s heading somewhere that won’t cause harm.

Why should I use a licensed company for industrial waste removal?

Using an unlicensed company comes with a lot of potential risks. First, can you be sure that they carry the right insurance? This is particularly important when members of the public are close to your premises. Second, can you be confident that they will dispose of your waste correctly? Correct waste disposal is about more than keeping the environment happy – it allows you to remain legal as you rid yourself of waste, too. By using a licensed company for industrial waste removal, you’re protecting your business. We also make sure our team can handle emergencies that may arise during the course of industrial junk removal. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to guarantee that an unlicensed business can meet the same safety standards.

Where does my industrial junk go after you remove it?

If you’re looking for an industrial junk removal service that’s environmentally friendly, you’re in the right place. At All Trash Oz, all our waste removal services are eco-friendly. We prioritise recycling rubbish wherever possible. We also dispose of hazardous waste in a manner that doesn’t affect the environment. When you use us, you’re making sure your business is green. In a climate where most customers prefer companies that take a green approach, this will always work to your advantage.

Is your business ISO compliant?

Yes, we’re ISO compliant and we always take a hazard-free approach to dispose of industrial waste. Feel free to ask us more about our compliance procedures.

Some of my industrial waste is hazardous, what type of removal service should I look for?

When choosing a hazardous industrial waste removal service in Sydney, it’s important to prioritise the following features:

  • Make sure they have a hazardous waste identification number
  • Check that they hold a license for removing hazardous waste
  • Inquire as to whether they have trained in the right procedures for removing such waste
  • Make sure they hold the right liability insurance for the project
  • Check their vehicle for the right waste disposal credentials
  • Only ever choose a company that takes waste to a hazardous waste facility

Do you have the right equipment for dealing with emergencies?

All great industrial waste removal services should know how to deal with emergencies. This is especially important when they’re dealing with hazardous waste. At All Trash Oz, our staff are fully trained in handling emergencies such as toxic substance spills. Additionally, we carry spill berms to each job and keep emergency equipment with us at all times. We also check our equipment periodically to make sure it’s up-to-date and appropriate for our safety procedures.

All our employees are ISO4001 compliant, which means they can tackle emergencies that arise at your plant if necessary.

What training does your staff receive?

To make sure all our staff can carry out industrial junk removal effectively, we put them through a rigorous training program. Their training starts with a basic introduction to waste removal, as well as the risks that accompany various products. They also receive in-depth training on how to manage particularly hazardous types of waste, as well as specialist items. Finally, our staff are trained in dealing with government officials, which is often necessary for the process of industrial waste removal.

How do you manage to maintain affordable prices?

At All Trash Oz, we’ve developed a reputation for carrying out first-class industrial junk removal without charging high rates. We’re able to achieve this by recycling as much waste as possible, which is more cost-effective than incurring the prices that come with scrap heaps. Additionally, we recognise that using the latest technologies and supporting our staff with rigorous training also translates to reductions in cost. We can then pass these savings on to our clients, offering a high-value service.

 

Where can I get a quote for your industrial waste removal services?

There are two ways to get a quote for our industrial waste removal services. You can contact us by calling 0400 061 061 or you can complete our booking form. Once you receive your final quote, you can rest assured that that’s the price you’ll pay. We don’t burden our customers with hidden charges, ever.

What size projects do you take on?

We take on projects of all sizes. Whether you need an industrial junk removal service for one room or you need a team that’ll clear your entire premises, we have a workforce that can complete any job.

At All Trash Oz, we proudly offer a range of comprehensive industrial waste removal services. To learn more or to get a quote, call 0400 061 061.

Why Choose Us

If you’re looking for a company that is reliable in rubbish removal and demolition services, All Trash OZ is always there to get the job done while exceeding expectations. We are a company that guarantees:

  • Outstanding construction rubbish removal services in Sydney – services are guaranteed to exceed your expectations.
  • Offers cost efficient solutions in construction rubbish removal – Keeping prices down on your service as the All Trash team is one that is only filled by the most efficient, skilled and experienced men in the industry.
  • We recycle – recycling helps to keep your bill down, as well as the environment green.
  • Offers same day services – when you need a quick solution in a construction cleanup, call the professionals…. All Trash Oz!

There is not job too big or small, just the great service of All Trash OZ.

Professional Team

Caring about you is what we do!
Back to back winners at St George Business Awards 2017 – 2018
Finalist 2 years running at – Australian Small Business Champions Awards 2017 – 2018

All trash Oz winning St George Awards

WHAT YOU BENEFIT

Guaranteed:

  • The Best Value on Your Demolition or Rubbish Removal Service Sydney
  • Same Day Service (Working any Day of the Year for you)
  • Quick and Efficient Service (Keeps Your Costs Down)
  • Save Your Time & Effort
  • Your Trash Loaded by Hand into Trucks
  • Free Quote – Waste Management Solution
  • No Surprises – No Hidden Charges

You will feel good knowing you are with the best!  Contact us today for a straight up reliable solution.

  • No Food Removal Service
  • No Skip Bin Removal Service
  • No Household Bins

The hard work is done for you by the best Sydney demolition and rubbish removal team that leave your establishment and/or grounds spotless.

Contact Us Today
For the best in construction rubbish removal, contact All Trash OZ at the number below. We can also be reached through the “Get a Quote” form that is located at the top right of this page. All Trash OZ experts are standing by to assist you with your rubbish removal needs.

Call us at 0400 061 061

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Rubbish removal frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Here are some of the questions we get asked time and time again. If you don’t find the answer you’re looking for, please don’t hesitate to get in contact.

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How much does rubbish/junk/waste removal cost?

he cost of rubbish removal Sydney will depend on a number of key factors. These include:

  • The location of the premise, it’s age, and the accessibility of the waste
  • The amount of time and labour required – our team provides 30-minutes of free labour with applicable fees after this time
  • The amount of waste to be disposed of – we charge per cubic metre of waste
  • The types of waste to be disposed of, and whether or not the waste is mixed and requires sorting
  • Whether or not any form of protection is required
  • Whether or not there is contaminated or potentially hazardous waste present

Here are a couple of real-life case studies to give you a general understanding of the cost of rubbish removal in Sydney:

Surry Hills garden waste removal

We removed one trailer load of general garden waste from a property in Surry Hills. The total cost was $150.

Cronulla household rubbish removal

We removed three tables, four timber chairs, and a large cupboard for a total cost of $190.

Penrith construction material removal

Our team removed and disposed of about three tonnes of brick and concrete from a driveway. The total cost was $450.

When it comes to pricing different types of waste, we break our rubbish removal services down into four main streams:

  • Household: furniture, appliances, clothes, etc.
  • Building and demolition waste: broken gyprock, tiles, doors, glass, bricks, concrete, etc.
  • Clean heavy: this type of waste must only include brick, concrete, sand, soil, and asphalt
  • Recyclable materials: this refers to items that are recyclable and non-contaminated, such as concrete, green waste, cardboard, and scrap metal

Each waste type comes at a different cost. If you require mixed waste to be removed, we average the costs, meaning that you receive a fair price for your removal..

Find out more about our pricing on our Prices page.

What is the proper way to dispose of garbage?

The proper way to dispose of garbage will depend on the type and quantity of the rubbish in question. Incredibly, the average family here in Australia produces around 2.25kg of waste every single day – that’s just shy of a staggering 800kg of waste every single year!

To help you correctly get rid of your rubbish – whether that’s household items or commercial waste – have a read of the following tips for proper waste disposal.

AVOID LANDFILL IF POSSIBLE

Landfill should be the very last option for regular, non-contaminated waste. Sure, dumping rubbish into landfill is the easiest option – that’s where most of our rubbish we put in the bin is sent. But it isn’t the most environmentally-friendly option by any stretch.

Different types of rubbish decompose at different rates, with some items taking decades to breakdown completely. To illustrate, natural food waste such as an apple core will only take a few months to decompose fully when in landfill. A tyre, on the other hand, can take more than half a century.

To prevent your waste from ending up in landfill when it isn’t necessary, avoid mixing your waste. For example, try to separate natural food waste from recyclables, and both from general rubbish. Separated rubbish will allow for easy and responsible disposal while preventing nasty odours and pests. It’s a win-win.

SEGREGATE DIFFERENT TYPES OF RUBBISH

Let’s take a closer look at rubbish segregation. Most of us are familiar with the general rubbish bin, the green rubbish bin, and the recycling bin we all have here in Australia. But did you know you can do even more to segregate your waste to ensure proper treatment?

When it comes to recyclable items, you can separate them into metal, glass, wood, and plastic. You may also like to separate food waste from general waste, using your food waste in a compost heap, if you have one.

Finally, always be sure to handle large items (such as a mattress, old bikes, or couches) and hazardous materials (oil paint, motor fuel, or electronics, for example) separately.

NEVER DUMP OR BURN YOUR WASTE ILLEGALLY

Dumping your waste and rubbish on the side of the road is illegal and can result in serious penalties. Not only does dumped rubbish take away from the pleasant look and feel of a neighbourhood, but it can also harm the environment. Remember, many household and business items contain hazardous materials and chemicals – including electronics – that can leech into the soil and waterways. This poses a serious health risk to those in the community and well as the local flora and fauna.

Burning rubbish is also not a suitable – or a legal – way to dispose of waste here in Australia. Aside from the serious safety risks associated with burning rubbish, the incineration process can cause harmful chemicals to escape into the atmosphere. What’s more, you most likely will not be able to reduce your waste to dust or ash. Instead, you’ll be left with more waste, making the entire process inefficient to the point of being useless.

KNOW WHEN YOU’RE DEALING WITH HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

If you have hazardous materials in your possession that you need removed and disposed of, it’s critical to take specialist care and contact professional waste handlers. Never ignore instructions or signs that inform you not to dispose of the item in the general trash. You’ll find these signs on things like batteries and aerosol cans.

The best option is to work with a trusted waste handler, such as the team at All Trash. We can help rid you of these nasty substances, giving you peace of mind that your waste isn’t causing any harm.

How is toxic waste disposed?

Toxic waste is rubbish that may be harmful or dangerous to human health and the environment. Toxic waste – often referred to as hazardous waste – can come in the form of liquid, solid, or gas, and makes up almost 10 per cent of the waste produced in Australia.

Typically, hazardous waste is produced by infrastructure industries and construction sites. That being said, many households contain toxic waste, too.

Household waste that may be considered hazardous includes the following:

  • Motor oil
  • Kerosene
  • Cleaning chemicals used in kitchens and bathrooms
  • Oil paint
  • Drain cleaner
  • Pest poisons
  • Medical waste
  • Fuel
  • Fluorescent lamps
  • Pesticides
  • Pool chemicals
  • And more

Toxic waste generated by commercial and manufacturing industries include the following:

  • Thinners
  • Paints
  • Cleaning fluids
  • Pesticides
  • Contaminated soil
  • Dyes
  • Mining waste
  • Lead-containing waste
  • Asbestos
  • And more

When handling, transporting, and disposing of toxic waste, it’s vital to take the following characteristics into consideration, as these can cause harm to people and the environment:

  • Whether or not the substance or item is flammable, for example, ethanol, methanol, and benzene.
  • How corrosive the material is. This generally relates to acids and bases that are capable of eating through metal containers during transportation, such as nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, and sodium hydroxide solution.
  • How toxic the waste is. Waste with high levels of toxicity can leach into groundwater and wreak havoc on local ecosystems. This includes arsenic, silver, and barium.
  • Whether or not the substance is highly reactive. Highly reactive waste can cause explosions and other violent phenomena. This includes sodium, metal, lithium metal, and concentrated sulphuric acid.

With these factors in mind, it’s clear that hazardous and toxic waste requires specialist disposal processes. Evidently, toxic waste cannot be dumped in landfill – the harmful chemicals and substances can leak into the environment and waterways, negatively impact the environment, animals, and even human health.

To prevent these potentially disastrous side-effects, it’s best to follow the toxic waste disposal methods below.

Find a local hazardous waste collection and disposal facility

If you can transport your hazardous waste (for example, you could easily transport things like leftover paint), you may like to find a local hazardous waste collection and disposal facility yourself. This is not the best option if you are not sure how to identify the type of waste you have, or if your community doesn’t have a hazardous waste disposal facility.

Contact a professional rubbish removal Sydney company

This is definitely the best option for toxic waste disposal. Whether you are a DIY renovator with leftover materials, or are the head of a full-scale manufacturing plant, working with a waste handler can take the headache and guesswork out of safe and responsible waste disposal.

The team at All Trash can come to your property, pick up your waste, and dispose of it correctly in accordance with the legislation and regulations set out by the EPA. That way, you can rest easy knowing your hazardous waste isn’t leaking into our precious waterways, impacting the health of animals, waterways, and even humans in the community and beyond.

What’s considered regulated waste?

Regulated waste is waste that requires a specialised disposal process as set out by regulating bodies, such as the NSW government and EPA. Regulated waste is generally considered harmful to human health and environmental wellbeing, and may include the following items:

  • Potentially infectious materials, such as infectious animal bedding
  • Items that could release blood or other infectious liquids either in a liquid or semi-liquid state
  • Items caked in dried blood
  • Contaminated sharp objects, such as used needles
  • Pathological waste, including human and animal organs and limbs
  • Microbiological waste
  • Potentially damaging or poisonous substances such as asbestos, lead and lead compounds, and arsenic

A full list of regulated waste items can be found here, in section 2E of the Environmental Protection Regulation 2008.

When it comes to transporting and disposing of these regulated wastes and waste residues, waste handlers are required to submit tracking information. This tracking information helps the EPA monitor the transportation and management activities associated with the waste, so they can be sure that it is not causing harm to human and environmental health.

What’s more, waste handlers that transport any amount of regulated commercial waste, or more than 250kg of regulated waste outside of a commercial context, must hold environmental authority (EA) under the Environmental Protection Act 1994. The facility that receives and disposes of the waste must also be registered EA.