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Food Waste and Organics Recycling

Reduce your business’s carbon footprint by turning your waste into compost.


Diverting food scraps and other organic material like coffee grinds from manufacturing, restaurants, cafes, hotels, offices, retail precincts, schools, universities, aged care facilities and hospitals not only saves the environment but can also save your businesses money. When organic material is placed in landfill it produces methane gases, by diverting food waste to a recycling facility new product including; compost, mulch and soil are produced.

Some states even have disposal options to a renewable energy facility where organics assist in the production of bio-gas to go back into industry. Organic matter in bins are of a higher weight density to other materials, often forming the highest cost component in your general waste collections, so it makes sense to recycle. Wanless is committed to helping our customers to improve their environmental performance and to “Create a better future”.

To reduce your businesses carbon footprint and wastes sent to landfill combine an organics recycling service with other Wanless recycling solutions and we will assist you to become greener and more financially lean. Contact us and our staff can perform an onsite waste assessment, providing your business with a Total Waste Management solution, consolidating all your services into a single supplier – Wanless.

To reduce your businesses carbon footprint and wastes sent to landfill combine an organics recycling service with other Wanless recycling solutions. Wanless will assist your business to become greener and more financially lean.

Organics management

Soil injection
Soil Injection
Wanless tackles food waste, in part, by applying high nutrient liquid waste to land as fertiliser. Soil injection of liquid food wastes is a low cost, environmentally sustainable waste management option that provides benefits for the farmer and the waste generator.
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Biosolids are a by-product of the sewage treatment process; when treated properly, biosolids can be used for agricultural purposes.
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Food waste
Food Waste
Food waste includes all food intended for human consumption that never reaches us, as well as edible food that consumers throw away. Perfectly edible fresh produce is often turned away from supermarket shelves because it does not meet the optimal criteria for consumers, such as shape, size and colour.
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Secure organic product destruction
Secure organic product destruction
We can collect and transport your organic products securely and in compliance with all local laws and regulations. Materials are handled and recovered quickly, efficiently and without compromising your commercial intellectual property and confidentiality.
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Green organics
Green organics
Green organics is considered grass and flower cuttings, shrub and yard clipping, woodchips, bark, hedge trimmings, weeds, fallen leaves or branches.
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What cango in your organics recycling bin?

  • Bread and bakery
  • Cereal
  • Chicken
  • Coffee grounds
  • Compostable bags (AS4736 certified)
  • Compostable cutlery (AS4736 certified)
  • Compostable plates (AS4736 certified)
  • Dairy products
  • Egg shells
  • Fish and seafood
  • Flowers and herbs
  • Fruit and fruit peels
  • Garden trimmings
  • Grass clippings
  • Meat (including bones)
  • Pizza
  • Plate scrapings
  • Rice and pasta
  • Tea bags
  • Vegetables
  • Yoghurt and cream

Please note: All packaging must be removed

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We’re more than waste management

A staggering 9 million tonnes of plastic ends up in the world’s oceans each year, and land-based waste is the greatest polluter. This ocean debris affects about 700 marine species, some of which are now endangered.

To help turn the tide on plastic pollution, Wanless eco(logical) is investing in Australia’s oceans.

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Waste management doesn’t have to be a burden to your business.

Create real transformation with a Wanless refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle waste management plan

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