Timber waste must comply with the EPA definition of Raw Mulch, in particular urban wood residues including; untreated, unpainted and uncontaminated timber that is collected as a separate source stream for processing.
Garden Waste is clean garden waste material presorted from mixed wastes and excessive amounts of soil.
Grass clippings, prunings, weeds, tree branches, untreated timber and palings.
In-organic wastes/rubbish, plastic bags, treated or painted timber, soil and rocks, branches and timber over 1m long or 150mm in diameter.
Waste timber is clean, untreated timber produced as a by-product from urban activities.
Off-cuts, sawdust, wood shavings, packaging crates and pallets.
Preservative treated or coated wood residues or engineered wood products. Construction or demolition waste. All loads are subject to inspection before tipping. Any loads with metal, plastic, concrete or brick contamination will be refused.
This is achieved through separating used food organics from the waste stream at the source of the collection. That is, food organics from your business are thrown into a separate bin which will be collected and transported to the Soilco EPA licensed recycling facility at Kembla Grange.
Soilco’s has a food recycling operation including a commercial food waste collection service. The food waste collection truck runs Monday to Friday and works with Cafe’s, restaurants, clubs, pubs, hotels, fruit n veg, shopping malls, event organisers and local councils.