About half (47%) of municipal waste in Australia consists of organic waste such as garden waste, food scraps and other biodegradable materials.
Most municipalities provide separate organic waste baskets, which are then converted into horticultural and agricultural products such as compost, fertilizer and balm. However, you should first consult with your own local council.
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Australia is also one of the first countries to include all levels of industry in its recycling program and has a national voluntary recycling plan. Leaking containers are commonly used to separate household and commercial waste.
The Australian Government is responsible for waste laws, strategy and policy at the national level and coordinates Australia's responsibilities with parties and international conventions.
Don't forget to also recycle your e-waste!
Electronic waste (also known as electronic waste) describes electrical and electronic devices that have reached the end of their useful life or are no longer in use and are therefore discarded.
These items contain hazardous substances such as lead, cadmium and mercury and should be handled and disposed of properly.
Australia's national television and computer recycling program managed and funded by the television and computer industry, allows households to dispose of their old televisions and computers at selected collection points across the country for free.
Likewise with other e-waste disposal programs, such as Mobile samples for cell phones, 4 Planet Ark cartridges for printer cartridges and Australian initiatives for battery recycling, properly dispose of your other e-waste – so there's really no excuse!