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Removal of large Air Handling Units

Last week #AussieEnvironmental organised and managed the removal of several air handling units from a roof top. Aussie Environmental were required to submit risk assessments and method statements to ensure the job would be undertaken safely, identifying and minimising...

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How scrap metal recycling helps to combat climate change

  Like most countries around the world the UK is committed to combatting climate change and one of the ways this is being done is by recycling. And while some sectors are sadly lacking behind when it comes to recycling, the scrap metal industry is leading the way...

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Business compliance of waste management

Do you know what your waste responsibilities are as a business? Many businesses are unaware of their legal requirements when dealing with waste. Since February 2011 there has been a legal requirement for businesses to apply the waste hierarchy when dealing with waste....

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Into the Highlands

Last week we covered over 2000 miles to meet our new customers.. From Edinburgh to Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen, Dundee, Perth and Stirling, we took in the breathtaking Scottish scenery. New Aussie Environmental Ltd cages were installed on all sites. These cages will...

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Why does the price of scrap metal change?

Did you know that one of the reasons why scrap metal dealers don’t show the prices of metal online is because they are constantly changing? The price of scrap metal changes on an hourly and daily basis which is caused by factors such as supply and demand, markets and...

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Dismantling the Scylla Ship Section

A few weeks ago we were challenged to dismantle a section of the Scylla Ship at City College Plymouth.. The steel hull was cut by the team at Aussie Environmental into manageable pieces ready for recycling..The total weight of Steel came to 42 Tonnes..well done to...

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A quick guide to metal recycling

Metal is one of the worlds' most important resources and one that is used in the manufacture of everything from cutlery and phones to cars and washing machines. Currently around 50% of the metal that we use in the UK comes from recycled material, but this means that...

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What are the benefits of scrap metal recycling?

We've all seen the reduction in general waste in our homes as the result of recycling over the past decade and are now much more aware of our own impact on the environment. From picking locally sourced and farmed meat and vegetables to shunning plastic packaging we're...

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