It’s no secret that perfectly functional office chairs and desks are often landfilled at the end of commercial office leases.
Waste and Recycling
Justin Hatchett, left the corporate sector just 18 months ago to start up Green Furniture Hub and he’s on roll. His company that diverts office furniture from landfill has been operating for just 18 months and it’s growing – with staff and warehouses and a fleet of trucks in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
This Sydney based waste collection company was the first to receive certification under GECA’s new Waste Collection Services Standard, and for good reason.
This creative catering company uses left over coffee grounds for its coffee vinaigrette, excess fat in candles and herbs from the community garden.
“We believe there’s a really strong correlation between sustainability, recycling, re-purposing and community.”
The combination of commercial removal and storage services with an environmentally and cost effective furniture management program is an attractive proposition for large corporate entities, government departments and universities.
If you’re after environmental certification, Open4 will help provide it.
After witnessing devastating soil degradation, Yarra Valley Farms founder Bill Kollatos, started enrich360 to create compost and fertiliser from restaurants and catering food waste.