The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2017-08-12T13:43:04Z Full Garbage & Waste Collection for Eastern Suburbs Region 2017-08-12T13:43:04Z full-garbage-amp-waste-collection-for-eastern-suburbs-region Mr Cheap Rubbish Removal now covers all suburbs within the Eastern Suburbs region of Sydney and expanding services to e-waste collection. Mr Cheap Rubbish Removal is a rubbish removal company that started in the Western Suburbs of Sydney, and slowly expanded into other regions of Sydney. Today Mr Cheap Rubbish Removal is focused on offering a faster services and picking up what the councils will not.  There are three popular council areas for free pickup in the Eastern Suburbs: Waverly, Woollaha and Randwick. All councils list a range of items they do and do not pickup. There is a common misconception within the general public that the council will, and must, pick up any overflow of garbage, which is not the case. It is your responsibility to dispose of items legally, or it may be considered dumping where you’re issued a fine. Mr Cheap Rubbish Removal has recognised there is an overflow of items to be removed, especially around suburbs with a fast turnover in population such as Bondi Beach, Coogee and Randwick. "We've studied the Eastern Suburbs and identified where services will be required. We're really looking forward to seeing the transformation Sydney's Eastern Suburbs is going through."  To find out more about Mr Cheap Rubbish Removal for the Eastern Suburbs region, please visit http://mrcheaprubbishremoval.com.au/locations/eastern-suburb  New Asbestos Regulations for New Zealand 2017-07-07T06:48:21Z new-asbestos-regulations-for-new-zealand-1 Did you know that licensed asbestos removal businesses must have a certified safety management system (SMS) by 4 April 2018 as part of the new asbestos regulations? A SMS is an established set of processes to manage health and safety and maintain a high safety standard in the workplace. It should include accountabilities, policies and procedures, and be appropriate to the size and complexity of your asbestos removal business. It takes time to develop a system and have it audited. Your licence will become invalid if you don't have a certified system by 4 April 2018. This means you must stop working to remove asbestos until you have a valid licence. If you continue to work in the removal business without a valid licence, you run the risk of prosecution by WorkSafe. There may be other consequences, such as invalid insurance The list below gives you an idea of what should be covered by the SMS: Health and safety policy Planning requirements: Hazard identification, risk assessment and determining controls Legal and other requirements Objectives and programme(s) Implementation requirements: Resources, roles, responsibility, accountability and authority Competence, training and awareness Communication, participation and consultation Documentation requirements, including control of documents Operational controls Emergency preparedness and response Checking requirements: Performance measurement and monitoring Evaluation of compliance Incident investigation, nonconformity, corrective action and preventive action Control of records Internal audit Management review Asbestos regulations New Zealand - http://www.legislation.govt.nz/regulation/public/2016/0015/19.0/DLM6729706.html SOUTH MELBOURNE MARKET SHINES THE SPOTLIGHT ON SUSTAINABILITY THIS SEPTEMBER 2017-07-06T02:08:54Z south-melbourne-market-shines-the-spotlight-on-sustainability-this-september Sustainable September will showcase the wide array of sustainability practices at the Market and include kids’ activities, workshops, tours, a Sustainability Circuit and a special Turning Trash to Treasure exhibition.   Try your hand at fermenting or take a class with Leftover Lovers and learn to use what you’ve got on hand to make delicious meals. The kids can learn to upcycle using old denim to make bags, or join in sustainable story time. The Sustainability Circuit will take you on a journey through the Market and show you how to shop more sustainably and discover the Market traders, such as Frankie’s Story, who are leading the way by stocking only ethically or environmentally sound fashion labels.   The Turning Trash to Treasure exhibition asks local artists to create a piece of art from Market waste, with the final pieces on display in the Market’s SO:ME Space from Wednesday 20 September – Sunday 1 October. The idea arose from artist Kim Simon, who used more than 7,000 oyster shells sourced from the Market’s Aptus Seafood to create a sculpture titled The World is Your Oyster.   “As well as highlighting our waste reduction initiatives, the exhibition will show how we can find beauty and value in what others discard – finding treasure in the trash – as well as promoting local artists and the concept of upcycling to our Market audience,” South Melbourne Market General Manager Ross Williamson said. Submissions are now open for artists (https://southmelbournemarket.com.au/turning-trash-treasure/) and will close Friday 28 July. A tour for artists seeking inspiration will be held on Saturday 22 July at 11am.   City of Port Phillip Mayor Cr Bernadene Voss said: “Sustainability is something we are very passionate about and we’re striving to reduce our environmental footprint and create a sustainable Market for the next generation.” In line with its strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and water use, Council has several sustainability initiatives in place at the Market. Some of these include food rescue, water recycling, solar PV and a progressive landfill diversion strategy with up to 90 per cent of organic waste volume reduced.   “Our Market is really closing the loop with its waste strategies and so it’s an exciting time,” Cr Voss said. “Green waste is now converted into an organic compost (vermicompost) which is returned to the Market and sold as a garden product called Market Magic. All other food and organic waste is dehydrated onsite in a 1000L Eco Guardians GaiaRecycle machine and will soon be available as Soil Food, a fertiliser with similar properties to blood and bone.”   Market Management is supportive of #BantheBag and is currently asking the community whether it supports banning single use plastic bags at the Market via an online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BANTHEBAGCOMM.   The Market is located on the corner of Coventry and Cecil streets, South Melbourne. See, www.southmelbournemarket.com.au or Twitter: @sthmelbmarket, or Facebook: @southmelbournemarket, or Instagram: @southmelbournemarket, for additional information.      New Zealand’s System for the Management of Hazardous Substances in the Workplace is Changing 2017-07-05T09:53:48Z new-zealand-s-system-for-the-management-of-hazardous-substances-in-the-workplace-is-changing New Zealand’s system for the management of hazardous substances in the Workplace is changing. The Health and Safety at Work (Hazardous Substances) Regulations will come into force in December 2017. The Regulations are aimed at reducing both immediate harm and longer-term illness that can result from the work-related use of hazardous substances. If yours is one of the 150,000 businesses across New Zealand that manufacture, use, handle, store or transport hazardous substances, take note that the rules that govern the use of hazardous substances in the workplace are moving from the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms (HSNO) Act (administered by the EPA) into a new Health and Safety at Work (HSW) Act (administered by WorkSafe). Hazardous chemicals are substances, mixtures and articles that can pose a significant risk to health and safety if not managed correctly. They may have Health hazards, Physical hazards and/or Environmental hazards. Examples of chemical that can cause adverse health effects in the Workplace include: ·      toxic chemicals ·      substances that cause burns or skin and eye irritation ·      substances that may cause cancer (carcinogens) Examples of chemicals that can immediately injure people or damage property include: §  flammable liquids §  compressed gasses §  explosives. Many hazardous substances are also classed as dangerous goods. As soon as the changes come into force, WorkSafe New Zealand will become solely responsible for compliance in the handling, storage, disposal, use and manufacturing of hazardous substances in workplace. Also included is the supervision of the Test Certification process for handling, storage and the location of the hazardous substances. As a result of these changes WorkSafe will also become accountable for enforcing environmental controls for hazardous substances in workplaces. The EPA (Environmental Protection Authority) under whose umbrella hazardous substances currently fall, will continue its role in controlling the issue outside the workplace. It will still receive the applications for hazardous substances, assess their risks and decide whether they should be approved for use in New Zealand. The EPA will also continue to be responsible for setting the rules for classification, labelling, safety data sheets, packaging and the protection of the environment and public health. In future, the EPA will be responsible for making sure importers and manufacturers: ·      have a HSNO approval ·      have the right label, packaging and safety data sheets for their substances ·      comply  with the rules around the allowable limits of certain hazardous substances within products ·      comply with the bans on persistent organic pollutants. ·      comply with information requirements.  One of the amendments made to the HSNO Act is the ability for the EPA to issue EPA Notices. These are a new way for the EPA to set rules under the HSNO. This change will allow the EPA to categorise all of the directions about one topic, so that they are easy to find and the compliance requirements are clear. Unlike regulations, which must be approved by Cabinet, EPA notices are approved by the EPA Board. This means they can be updated quickly and easily thereby enabling New Zealand to keep up-to-date with international developments. The notices also allow the EPA to remove duplicate or conflicting provisions, remove outdated, unnecessary or overly complex controls and remedy gaps or problems with the current regulations. WorkSafe New Zealand outlines a number of steps to follow to ensure your site is compliant with regards to managing hazardous substances. The first step is to find out what hazardous substances you have on your site and prepare an inventory. List all of the substances on your site and create a site plan that shows where they are stored. The inventory should show the name of the substance, its hazard classification, strength of (liquid) solution and amount held for each separate location where it is held.  myosh HSEQ Software System assists companies with this compliance. The Chemical Register module allows all workplace hazardous substances to be listed, classified and linked to the applicable Safety Data Sheet http://myosh.com/modules/chemical-registers/. It also meets the requirements of the new Globally Harmonised System for the Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS). The link below will lead you to a very useful guide with regards to Hazardous Substances in New Zealand.  EPA – Your Practical Guide: Working Safely with Hazardous Substances http://www.hazardoussubstances.govt.nz/media/13982/epa_your_practical_guide_2.pdf   References: http://www.epa.govt.nz/hazardous-substances/hsno-reform/Pages/default.aspx http://www.hazardoussubstances.govt.nz/guide http://techcomp.co.nz/blog/hazardous-substances-regulations-changed-now-beware-changes/ https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/chemicals https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/labelling https://www.worksafe.qld.gov.au/injury-prevention-safety/hazardous-chemicals/hazardous-substances-and-dangerous-goods   Ushering in a new era after 10 years long service 2017-06-27T07:15:45Z ushering-in-a-new-era-after-10-years-long-service To mark 10 years of Making Enviro News (formerly Making Environmental News), Planning Results would like to salute all the journalist and writers who try to make sense of what constitutes environmental news. ‘During this time, we have observed many changing trends’ reflects Izabella Kobylanski Managing Editor of Making Enviro News.  ‘We have seen firsthand how more and more people have come to understand the need to sustainability manage our planet and ecosystem’. ‘We have come to appreciate that today environmental matters influence all human activities from the way we behave, the way we conduct business to our impact on the future of the space that we currently inhabit.’ With so much demand on our time, a major issue we face is the volume of information and knowledge that is imparted daily and how to stay on top of it. Keeping the finger on the pulse of the latest news in this area is a time consuming and a never-ending challenge. That is why Planning Results via Making Enviro News have dedicated the past 10 years to find ways to bring this information in an easily digestible format.  Our service is now available via the web so it is easier to view on various devices. Access to back issues are also now available. Specialist and sustainability reports are now accessible to everyone. Most importantly, this invaluable service is free. Since launch, Making Enviro News has remained the only news portal in Australia that delivers access to ‘envirobility’ (i.e. environmental + sustainability) news items every day. Articles that have appeared in the Australian media in the previous 24 hours are collated in an easy to access location. It contains the Headline and first paragraph to give the reader an idea of the content. The portal provides a link to the original article for further reading. Making Enviro News is available at www.makingenvironews.com. To see today’s issue - https://www.makingenvironews.com/current-issue.html -ends- Beware of headlines promising lower electricity prices 2017-06-15T03:11:41Z beware-of-headlines-promising-lower-electricity-prices-1 Since the Finkel review was released late last week, there have been headlines stating that electricity prices would fall if the recommendations of the review were adopted.   Here’s a warning: These headlines are misleading.   While I am not in disagreement with the review or the recommendations put forward, what I take issue with is how they are falsely being framed and fed into mainstream media.   Based on my extensive knowledge of the electricity industry, a more accurate headline should be:  “Despite Finkel’s recommendations, prices will still rise for most”.   The review actually states that relative to ‘Business as Usual’ (the ongoing and unchanging state of the energy market operating within the present policy vacuum), wholesale electricity prices can somewhat improve from a forecasted ‘worst case scenario’, provided Finkel’s recommendations are adopted.   But here’s the catch: prices for most will not be lower than what we’ve seen to date. Because despite Finkel’s recommended solutions, we’re continuing to operate within the existing policy vacuum, which is pushing prices up.   Additionally, many businesses and residential users have not yet felt the full impact of the increases we have had over the last 12-18 months in the wholesale market. These increases will filter through over the next year or so as larger businesses re-contract and as retailers adjust their pricing for their other customers.   Some of this we are already starting to see with retailers announcing significant increases in pricing for residential users and small businesses from 1 July 2017. Ouch.   In short, for most us, prices are likely to go up before we experience any relief produced from Dr Finkel’s recommendations. ends * Rod Boyte is the founder and a director of Smart Power Ltd. Rod is an independent energy management solutions specialist who has helped hundreds of organisations across Australia and New Zealand rethink the way they purchase and manage energy to achieve greater levels of sustainability and operational excellence. Rod has been a member of the Energy Management Association of New Zealand (EMANZ) since 1995 and served on the EMANZ board from 1998 to 2002 (Vice Chairman in 2002). Over the past six years Rod has represented consumers at all levels by sitting on various groups including the Frequency Standard Working Group, Policy Procurement Working Group and the Metering and Reconciliation Working Group.  Rod is a frequent guest speaker at key industry conferences and events providing insights and predictions into current and future issues. His most recent engagement was in May at Vic Water's 2017 Future State of Electricity conference. With 25 years in the energy management field, Rod Boyte is deemed to be one of the most experienced energy management executives in Australia. www.smartpowerenergy.com.auMedia enquiries: Rod Boyte can be contacted on 0420 266 866. Wendy McWilliams, WMC Public Relations, T: 03 9803 2588 / 0421 364 664 E: wendy@wmcpr.com.au How to Use BookaSkip in the UK 2017-04-24T03:09:10Z how-to-use-bookaskip-in-the-uk If you are moving in or out of your home, or renovating, or even clearing out your garden, wherever you are in the United Kingdom, BookaSkip will make sure your next project is achieved with the minimum of inconvenience. Hiring www.bookaskip.co.uk means that you will benefit from the global experience of our US, UK, AU & NZ operations, combined with local knowledge available to you at an affordable price. Their prices are very competitive, with a network of skip hire companies available, delivering a range of bins to your residential property or commercial premises, seven days a week. BookaSkip’s easy-to-use website and state-of-the-art booking engine provide their consumers with value for money and their aim is to provide customers with the highest standard of service and excellent value. BookaSkip’s services include next day service, mini, builders and maxi skips from 2-16 cubic yard containers delivered to your specified location, roll-on and off 20 and 40 cubic yard containers, and a delivery service to residential or commercial and other sites. Wherever you are in the country, they can provide a skip to hire, specific to your explicit needs. If you are unsure as to how to clear and remove non-recyclable waste from your home or business you can hire a BookaSkip, and whatever your waste disposal needs, their online search tool provides the best price available from their network of bin suppliers, in every part of the United Kingdom. To find out more about BookaSkip UK and their bin hire services, please visit the website at http://www.bookaskip.co.uk . AAA Skips Stakes Claim as “Best Skip Hire Firm in Perth.” 2017-03-27T07:58:06Z aaa-skips-stakes-claim-as-best-skip-hire-firm-in-perth Perth, WA, 27 March 2017 - There is a lot of competition for skip bin hire in the Perth area, but one firm feels they stand out over and above all of the rest: AAA Skips. AAA Skips is a family-owned, local business that provides skip bin hire in all Perth suburbs north of the river. They are open Monday through Friday for normal business hours and a half-day on Saturdays.They pride themselves in providing the best service and equipment while maintaining a family atmosphere in their business. This means treating customers like family. While AAA Skips is a family business, they provide a level of service usually associated with larger firms. Their skip bins are delivered on 24 hour notice on clean, late model trucks by drivers who are professional, friendly and wearing a crisp, clean uniform. The skip bins are well-maintained, in perfect working order and often look like they just came out of the factory.AAA Skip Bins offers the standard skip bin sizes: 2m3, 3m3, 4m3, 5m3, 7.5m3 and 9m3. All sizes except the smallest offer ramp access. Their skip bins can be used for general waste, green waste, bricks, concrete, dirt, soil, heavy waste, hardfill and rubble. These “catchall” categories include common waste items such as appliances, furniture, office waste, cardboard, plastics, grass clippings, garden waste, tree branches, timber, pavers, rock and soil.AAA Skip Bins cannot be used for hazardous materials such as tyres, asbestos or chemicals. However, they do offer special asbestos disposal bins for demolition and home renovation use.Mathew Del bianco is the owner of AAA Skips. According to Mr Del bianco: “We know there are a lot of people offering skip bin hire in Perth. We also know everyone provides pretty much the same standard sizes. That means you really have to do something special to stand out above the competition. We do it with a family atmosphere, friendly, professional employees, clean, well-maintained, updated equipment and unparallelled attention to detail.”Mr Del bianco continued: “At AAA Skips, we see our employees as one large, extended family. And we train them to treat you like family, too. We know a lot of skip bin hire firms in the Perth area treat their customers like numbers. And that’s why it will never happen that way at AAA Skips. We provide a lot of skip bins in the Perth area, but we still treat everyone as though we were a mom and pop business with one truck and a couple of skip bins.”Mr Del bianco concluded: “Anyone can provide skip bin hire, but not everyone can provide clean, updated, well-maintained skip bins on the same day if you are in a pinch, all the while treating you like family.”AAA Skips is a 100% Australian, family-owned business. They provide skip bin hire to all Perth suburbs north of the river. They are a friendly, family-oriented service of a small, locally-owned company with the resources of a larger company. This combination enables them to provide the best service and the best equipment. To learn more or to arrange for skip bin hire, call 0438 918 850 or visit their website: http://www.minibinsperth.com.au/. Bookaskip UK Has Some Advice on Council Skip Bin Hire Permits 2017-03-14T06:12:57Z bookaskip-uk-has-some-advice-on-council-skip-bin-hire-permits Most skip bins that are placed on Council land will more often than not require a skip bin hire permit, and Bookaskip UK advise that if your particular Skip Hire Supplier is able to arrange this permit it will be additional to the skip hire price that you are quoted and details will be provided by the Skip Hire Supplier.    Some local Councils require the customer to arrange the skip hire permit and Bookaskip  will let you know when you click "Best Price" if you will need to arrange the skip hire permit.   Hiring www.bookaskip.co.uk means that you will benefit from the global experience of our US, UK, AU & NZ operations, combined with local knowledge available to you at an affordable price. Their prices are very competitive, with a network of locally based skip hire companies available, delivering a range of bins to your residential property or commercial premises, seven days a week.   Bookaskip’s easy-to-use website and state-of-the-art booking engine provide their consumers with value for money and their aim is to provide customers with the highest standard of service and excellent value. Their services include next day service, mini, builders and maxi skips from 2-16 cubic yard containers delivered to your specified location, roll-on and off 20 & 40 cubic yard containers and delivery to residential or commercial and other sites.   Bookaskip’s website will search their large network of skip suppliers’ current stock and prices and instantly present you with the best price available for a skip bin which meets your specific skip hire requirements. You don't have to contact multiple skip hire suppliers individually, or use other nationwide skip hire business sites that only have one skip hire supplier in your area.   Simply enter your skip hire requirements and their state-of-the-art website will search all of the local skip bin hire suppliers from their database to get you the best skip hire prices, so go to the website today to hire a skip at http://www.bookaskip.co.uk . ACS Releases New Environmental Chemistry Course 2017-03-06T05:20:31Z acs-releases-new-environmental-chemistry-course We have just completed and released a new 100 hour course called Environmental Chemistry.  Gain an understanding of how chemicals can contaminate the environment, the chemicals are involved, and the ways in which they can change the environment and understand how chemicals can change the ecosystem impacting how all living things in that environment could be affected.   This course is a great addition to your toolkit if you are working or studying in the following areas: ·         Environmental management ·         Resource Management ·         Agriculture ·         Science ·         Analytical Laboratories ·         Industrial production facilities ·         Anyone involved in managing built environments ·         Politicians who are involved in implementing environmental policy. Environmental chemistry affects the world in diverse ways (both beneficial and detrimental) at scales ranging from global to microscopic.  Global examples include climate change and global warming occurring mostly due to changes in the chemical composition of atmospheric gases (greenhouse gases) largely caused by humans. Global warming is the long-term trend of a rising average global  temperatures, whereas climate change is a broader term referring to changes mostly brought about by global warming such as extreme rainfall events, increased prevalence of drought, heat waves and so on.    At a microscopic scale, chemicals are used to control or prevent outbreaks of diseases caused by microorganisms in crops. This includes fungal diseases such as mildews, rots and wilts which may be treated using chemicals called fungicides. These fungicides may contain inorganic copper or sulphur compounds; synthetic organic compounds (such as dithiocarbamates) as well as ‘natural’ compounds such as clay. The fungicides have a beneficial effect in that they increase food production for an ever expanding population. However, some of these fungicides also have effects on the environment at a much larger scale than the intended microscopic one, due to their persistence in the environment (i.e. they do not break down with time and can accumulate). They can be toxic to soil organisms such as earthworms and to aquatic organisms such as fish or even to humans. Thus, chemicals have many interacting influences on the environment at many different scales.  The Environmental Chemistry course can be started at anytime and students can work through the course at their own pace with the support of our tutors. Students successfully completing this 100 hour course will receive a Statement of Attainment. More information on this course is located here: www.acs.edu.au/courses/environmental-chemistry-714.aspx If you would like any information on this course, please contact admin@acs.edu.au . Enabling small business to cut costs and boost recycling 2017-02-15T02:46:59Z enabling-small-business-to-cut-costs-and-boost-recycling-1 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 14 February 2017 Aodhan MacCathmhaoil Waster.com.au Tel: 0497 886 353 Email: press@waster.zendesk.com Enabling small business to cut costs and boost recycling Australian startup disrupts $15bn industry; delivering low prices to small business Sydney, NSW: Sydney startup Waster.com.au seeks to disrupt the $15bn waste industry in all major cities throughout Australia. By applying disruptive technologies previously applied to industries such as hotels, travel and taxis; Waster.com.au delivers lower prices and better services to small and medium Australian businesses - helping them reduce costs whilst benefitting the environment. We highlight how local businesses can easily and quickly reduce total spend on waste services whilst boosting their environmental credentials through our infographic on the next page – showing the differing experience of two local cafes. Customer service manager Joanna Wells said, “as a business we are really focused on delivering value to our small and medium customers, people who have been neglected by their previous suppliers. We are really passionate about helping our customers reduce waste going to landfill by boosting recycling and hence reducing their costs.” The company ethos of Waster.com.au is based on creating a positive experience for our customers as well as our staff and wider community:  Complete transparency of pricing – no hidden costs and online booking  No lock-in contracts – month to month no risk basis  Continuing customer education focus to boost recycling, help the environment and lower business costs  Community engagement –Waster.com.au matches customer charitable donations dollar for dollar to plant native Australian trees. About Waster.com.au: https://waster.com.au delivers waste services to smart businesses. Operating in all major cities throughout Australia, Waster supports small and medium businesses by delivering low cost, reliable waste and recycling services with no lock in contracts, excellent customer service and online apps. ### Provider of Skip Bins in Perth Suburbs Offers a Chance to Win $20,000 2017-02-08T04:48:26Z provider-of-skip-bins-in-perth-suburbs-offers-a-chance-to-win-20-000 Perth, WA, 08 February 2017 - The competition for providing skip bins in the Perth area has become quite fierce. It seems like there are a hundred skip bin hire companies vying for business, all making the same tired set of promises. But there is one skip bin hire company that has decided to back up their advertising by giving $20,000 to one lucky customer, just for choosing their skip bins. Mathew Del Bianco is the owner of AAA Skips. According to Mr Del Bianco: “We see a lot of advertisements out there making a lot of promises about skip bins. But we keep all of our promises. We want everyone in the Perth area to know about us. We want people to know about our great customer service and our well-maintained equipment. We figure the best way to let people know we are serious is to back up our advertising by giving $20,000 to one lucky skip bin hire customer.”AAA Skips is a family business that is owned and operated by Australians. Their company policy is to treat every customer like a family member. They have gained a reputation for exemplary customer service, professionalism and flexibility when it comes to satisfying their customers. No customer is ever treated like a number or like they aren’t important. The customer service crew at AAA Skips understands that everyone’s time and money are important to them. They also realize that everyone likes to be treated with professionalism and respect.AAA Skips has built their reputation because of their customer service, their professionalism and the quality of their equipment. They know everyone offers the same six standard sizes, starting at 2 m3 and ending at 9 m3.  They also know that not everyone’s skip bins look the same. That is why they keep their skip bins clean and well-maintained. They don’t ever want their skip bins to be an embarrassment to any homeowner, business owner or project manager. They also keep the delivery trucks clean and well-maintained. This ensures promptness of delivery and helps maintain a professional appearance. Their drivers also dress professionally in clean, crisp uniforms. According to Mr Del Bianco: “We are a family business, but we have resources equal to those of many big businesses. This allows us to provide our customers with the best of both worlds: family business service with strong, solid financial backing that allows us to constantly keep our equipment updated and in good repair.”Mr Del Bianco concludes: “We know that most people who experience our skip bin hire for themselves are going to come back to us the next time they need skip bins. Many of our customers become regular customers because they are so happy with our customer service, professionalism and equipment. That’s why we are giving one lucky customer $20,000, just for hiring our skip bins.”AAA Skips provides skip bins to all Perth suburbs north of the river. They offer six sizes of skip bins, from 2 m3 to 9 m3. All except the 2 m3 size provide ramp access. They are an Australian-owned and operated family business that prides themselves in providing the best customer service in the industry. To learn more or to contract skip bin hire, call 0438 918 850 or visit their website: http://www.minibinsperth.com.au/. Press Release: NCH On Track to be World Leader in Clean Water 2017-01-24T05:27:14Z press-release-nch-on-track-to-be-world-leader-in-clean-water 19 December 2016   Sydney, Australia – Valuing innovation and the highest level of customer service, NCH is on track to become world leader at cleaning water, conserving energy and maintaining equipment.   Already a global leader in industrial and commercial maintenance products, since 1919 NCH has demonstrated superior solutions for those aiming to maximise efficiency and keep facilities running in optimum condition. NCH’s specialties in the area of water cleaning further reflect the company vision of putting customers first, while focusing on innovation.   Recognising the importance of sustainability as a key area of growth and innovation, NCH constantly seeks environmentally friendly solutions for water cleaning and equipment maintenance that don’t come at the expense of quality, and customers are drawn to this integrated approach.   NCH divides its specialities across two main platforms namely: Industrial and Commercial. In the Industrial sector, the challenges of industry are met head on with an extensive range of lubricants, industrial degreasers, rust and corrosion products and biological solutions. These solutions are targeted at keeping business operating profitably by minimising downtime, extending the life of machinery and reducing costs.   In the Commercial sector NCH’s pioneering water treatment program assists in the efficient running of water cooling towers and boilers. While wastewater programs provide cleaner water and free flowing drains. The ultimate aim is for buildings to run at peak performance, cleanly, safely and efficiently.     To find out more about NCH Australia and its solutions, visit the NCH Website or contact NCH by clicking here. UTRC can employ Stawell Gold Mine’s new unemployed workers 2016-12-13T12:56:40Z utrc-can-employ-stawell-mine-s-new-unemployed-workers Following his Open Letter* to Stawell residents advising them of a misinformation campaign regarding UTRC’s removal of the largest tyre stockpile in Australia, Dr Matthew Starr is again imploring the Victorian Government to take steps that will see the business start employing many of Stawell Gold Mines’ retrenched workers. With up to 150 people losing their jobs at the mine (announced Tuesday, 13 December), UTRC offers Stawell a chance to employ up to 50 people in early 2017.  “All we request from the government is to waive some of the small regulatory fees that UTRC has been hit with, and provide greater support for our efforts to eliminate Victoria’s number one environmental hazard,” said Dr Starr. “UTRC is the only new business of size attempting to become operational in Stawell that can employ up to 30 per cent of the newly unemployed.  “UTRC is the best option for the unemployed workers who now face a very unhappy Christmas and New Year, with a bleak outlook for 2017.” The Stawell tyre stockpile comprises almost 9 million tyres, which UTRC purchased in June 2015 to create a new, environmentally-friendly, clean-tech facility to recycle the tyres. Dr Starr added, “We intend to support the workers of Stawell for the long term and as UTRC in Stawell has been classified as a Transfer Station for Victoria's used tyres, we can assure the town that there will be jobs well into the future.” * You can view the Open Letter, which is being delivered this week, at http://utrc.com.au/open-letter-to-stawell-residents/ and a copy should be attached. Dr Matthew Starr can be contacted on 0402 457 315. Skip Hire Business in Perth Exceeds Expectations 2016-12-08T15:52:12Z skip-hire-business-in-perth-exceeds-expectations Perth, WA, December 08, 2016 - AAA Skips is a family-owned business that offers skip hire to all Perth suburbs north of the river. Recently, in a post on their company blog, they provided a guide explaining how they had become so popular and what their customers need to know about skip hire. According to the post, the main reason for their success is that they are so dedicated to delivering the best on customer service. In a family business, this is usually known as “treating each customer like a member of our family.” In addition, AAA Skips is a locally-owned business. Their customers are their friends and neighbours. When AAA Skips makes money or pays employees, most of that money is spent locally. This has a positive effect on the local economy.AAA Skips is dedicated to helping preserve our environment. In the immediate area, it means keeping Perth clean and environmentally sound, not only for themselves, but for future generations of their families.Family Ownership, Abundant ResourcesAt AAA Skips, they feel they have the resources of a larger company, but with the customer service dynamics of a larger company. The end result is a combination of small town customer service and big city efficiency.Their equipment is continually maintained and updated to ensure that their skip bins and the trucks that deliver them are spotless and efficient. This provides a professional appearance for those who use their skip bins. They are also easy to use without getting customers dirty or leaving residue after they are taken away.AAA Skips offers 24-hour service for skip hire to any Perth suburb north of the river. In extreme cases, they can expedite same day service. They also offer extremely competitive prices. Their skip bins are the standard sizes, but their service separates them from any other skip hire firm in Perth.Mathew Del Bianco is the owner of AAA Skips. According to Mr Del Bianco:“At AAA Skips, customer service is our number one priority. Anyone can offer skip hire; there are a lot of people who are doing just that in the Perth area. Everyone offers the same standard sizes and a lot of people charge the same rates. The reason we are so popular is because we treat our customers like they are part of our family.”Mr Del Bianco continued: “That means clean, well-maintained skip bins. It means clean, well-maintained delivery trucks. And it means everyone on our staff, from owners to drivers to the people who answer our telephones, is knowledgeable, professional, neatly-dressed and is always willing to expend extra effort to provide our customers with the best in service and results.”Mr Del Bianco concluded: “Anyone can offer skip bin hire, but we always deliver beyond our customer’s expectations. That’s why we are so popular in the Perth area.”AAA Skips provides skip hire for Perth suburbs north of the river. They are a 100% Australian-owned, family business that recycles and disposes of waste for builders, homeowners and contractors along with commercial, industrial and residential customers. They pride themselves on providing the best customer service in the business and making their customers feel like family. To learn more or to arrange for skip hire, call AAA Skips on 0438 918 850 or visit their website: http://www.minibinsperth.com.au/.