Since February 2014, selective waste collection is mandatory. Here it is, then, stipulated by law, an action that had long become part of everyday normality. Indeed, very few citizens think about how waste is collected and the process through which they pass to get to be disposed of or recycled, and this marked indifference leave an imprint on the environment.
Selective waste collection was introduced specifically to distinguish between different types of wastes and to act accordingly. Each of these processes is the duty of a party. The first stage is the duty of citizens, whilst selective collection is our duty, at Green Global, ready to follow, step by step, the process of collection, transport and waste management. We’re part of a world too beautiful and green to endanger our health with the waste that we create!
What is selective waste collection and we want to streamline?
Selective waste collection is a common practice in all civilized countries, because it is a unique method by which we ensure that it does not pollute our environment. Before you find out what selective waste collection is, you should know some details about selective waste pre-collection process:
This process is extremely important to what we, the people at Green Global waste collection company, want to do: making the collection of waste in a modern and innovative way, such as the collective waste selection. By this arrangement, basically, we can store the contents of each container of waste in special transport systems, without them being mixed with the remaining waste and thus being managed efficiently. However, all hazardous materials can be eliminated and non-hazardous waste can be treated and put back in the normal recycling spin, in order to consume fewer resources and to reduce the polluting wastes from different mediums.
Selective waste collection process followed by our company, Global Green, is quite succinctly presented, because it requires some very specific steps:
Green Global makes sure that you will live in a healthier and cleaner environment through the complex task of selective waste collection!