Timber Waste Management

As part of your Total Waste Solution, timber waste management or as a once-off collection, Wanless can provide your business with a timber recycling collection. Australians are a large importer of timber products including soft and hard woods, pallets and chipboard. Depending on your timber volumes we have bins ranging from 12-31 cubic meters to store, collect and dispose responsibly of recyclable untreated timber.

Through a network of local recycling centres nationally and an integrated service model, Wanless will transport your timber product to a recycling facility to be either mulched into new commercial product that is re-used back into industry, new particle board or can be used as a fuel stock for renewable bio-energy.

At our Kemps Creek Resource Recovery Alliance we recover timber from incoming loads and re-use this mulch as landfill covering. Any treated product with a chemical spray or painted coating are not recyclable because they may contain toxic chemicals however Wanless can assist your business with a disposal solution for non-recyclable product.

For those businesses who produce timber waste Wanless provides simple and effective solutions for timber recycling disposal. Turn your timber waste into a resource, providing it new life as a new mulch product.

Timber waste

Pallet recycling

We process industrial waste timber such as old pallets and skids, and turn them into mulch.

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Timber frames

When it comes to prompt and reliable timber frame disposal, we are the best in the business.

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Gyprock and plasterboard

Cost effective and sustainable plasterboard and gyprock waste collection and recycling services.

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Our vision goes deeper than recycling

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.