With the recent closure of the Waste Services Centre, and the closure of WSC, many locals are finding that there is a lot of waste at their doorstep.
As a waste management expert I have been working with local communities and councils to provide waste management services and provide advice and information to waste management organisations, including Waste Management Australia, about waste management.
I recently shared with the ABC how I see waste management, waste management in Australia and waste management strategies for waste management as a whole.
A waste management education program can be provided to children in schools and young people at risk of suicide, as well as helping to prevent youth homelessness.
In 2018, the Waste Management Act 2015 was passed into law and includes a new definition of waste, with the aim of creating a more sustainable and ethical waste management approach.
This means that waste can no longer be held or stored in landfills, which means it can no long be stored in the open.
In the event of a landfill closure, it is now the responsibility of waste management companies to close down all landfilling facilities.
I was able to share my knowledge with the Waste Solutions team from the Australian Waste Management Association (AWMA) on the ABC’s Inside the Waste programme, about the waste management strategy and a waste prevention strategy.
Waste management strategies For the purposes of this piece, I have focused on waste management solutions for waste and I have provided examples of waste and waste related strategies that are suitable for use by organisations.
The strategies I have shared are designed to prevent waste from reaching landfill and will also help organisations understand how they can address their waste and disposal needs.
The following are some of the waste related waste management actions that can be implemented for an organisation, or are suitable in a community: Recycling waste: Recycle waste to help reduce waste and pollution in our local community.