Posted on 18 January 2019

The Importance of Waste Management 

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The Importance of Waste Management 

When it comes to waste management, it's extremely important that you work with a reputable and knowledgeable company who are up to date on the current laws, rules and regulations to ensure that your project stays in compliance as they handle your waste management needs.


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As a professional service provider, Vac-U-Digga can take on a broad range of waste management projects for companies in New Zealand, including soil transfer and soil waste management. When you work with our company, you get the peace of mind that comes with knowing that we'll transport and dispose of your waste products in an environmentally friendly manner that is in line with the current laws and regulations. 

Soil waste can pose a threat to the land and water depending on the waste product. Rotting materials can release gasses into the surrounding air and increase pollution levels, they can also sink into the ground and make their way into water sources.

Waste management practices reduce the amount of debris left over from projects, while also working to keep the surrounding environment safer and healthier. Additionally, recycling some of the debris saves money and time as well as resources that you can reuse on other projects or equipment.

Recycling your waste or performing soil waste management helps to preserve the natural resources we have available, and it can also lower the cost to produce the materials construction. In turn, they'll have lower project costs, and this can reduce their company's overhead costs per project.

Waste management can also help to protect the natural beauty of the environment directly surrounding your project's site. There won't be debris left behind that can disrupt the look of the environment, and it's better for the people who live around your project site, too. They won't have to look at piles of waste or debris because they'll be taken away and disposed of or recycled. 




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Along with rigorous training, our staff are experts in soil transfer and waste management processes. We have developed a strategy and documentation process that focuses on energy efficiency for our fleet of soil waste vehicles and office and depots that are close to help reduce our carbon emissions as we perform soil waste management for our clients on both sides of the Tasman.

Our training processes encompass specific waste management programs including legal responsibilities, specific requirements and environmental operating values. We ensure that each of our staff members understands the importance of waste management and why they're required to follow our environmental documentation processes and procedures. 


We strive to: 

  • Stay in compliance with allregulations, laws and applicable standards for soil waste management.

  • Ensure that our employees understand their environmental obligations and responsibilities through transporting and disposing of waste products.

  • Continuously improve our practices and procedures to increase their efficiency and reduce the processing and cleanup times for our clients in Brisbane.

  • Protect underground assets to help prevent accidents or injuries to our staff and clients while they work around utility lines, piping or cables. 

If you need a professional and dependable waste management company to come in and help augment your waste management process and perform soil transfers to help clean up your project site, contact us. We'll tailor a process to suit your needs. 

Contact Vac-U-Digga NZ today to arrange a personalised obligation-free quote.

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