About 400,000 square metres of office space in Sydney is refitted every year. Previously almost 80 per cent of what is stripped out of the space was sent to landfill – that’s 25,000 tonnes of material a year just from Sydney’s CBD; 55,000 tonnes of waste if you include all commercial buildings in Sydney.
The EcCell Environmental team of waste and environmental accreditors have been in the waste game long before it got fashionable.
The most important part of achieving great outcomes on refurbishment is collaboration, according to Built national sustainability manager Joe Karten.
Paul Mead has a few surprises up his sleeves in his tenant advisory business, which adds up to significant savings for tenants when relocating.
Whether your furniture is worth salvaging and refurbishing, or not, Office Spectrum director Joyce Seeho will tell you, straight up.
Ever thought about turning your business’ pre-loved technology into meals for people in need?
Alex Hartman a partner with Baker McKenzie is a construction lawyer who wondered if there could be a legal remedy for the stream of waste from office demolition, or defit, perhaps through some “aspirational enforceable targets”.
Looking for someone to find a use for thousands of no longer needed good quality uniforms or high visibility vests? Matt Allen of the Zero Waste Network Sydney may be your man.
Edge Environment will do the homework for you, and has the experience to find and supervise reputable contractors for each step of a stripout, consultant Blake Lindley says.
What do you do with coffee cups and paper towels? Mates on the Move deals with that problem for you and right now its business is poised for expansion with clients such as Mirvac, jumping aboard.