Kerbside collections will be one day later due to Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Collections will run from Friday 26 December to Saturday 30 December, and then Tuesday 2 January to Saturday 6 January.
Construction and demolition can often be costly for business and for the environment. The rising housing demand in Hamilton not only means resources are slim, they can also be pricey.
That's why it's important to think about minimising waste on site and seeing what resources could be reduced, reused or recycled. We call this designing out waste.
By designing out waste from the start of a project you can:
The best way to reduce waste on site is to develop a site waste plan.
There's also a whole heap of local service providers who can help you get started on your journey and help you throughout the process:
|PhilaSkip||Cleanfill (Concrete, bricks, rocks)|
|Demolition Traders||Demolition products, such as window frames, usable timber etc|
|Civil Share||Buy, sell, share, swap and hire materials and resources - app based|
|Waste Management||Wood, cleanfill, concrete and tiles, plastic types 1 and 2, tins, cans and cardboard|
|Purpose Fill||All waste|
|OJI Fibre Solutions||Cardboard|
|Sims Pacific Metals||Steel/Metal|
The above list contains possible service providers who can help reduce waste in the construction and demolition industry. The list is intended as a starting point only. Hamilton City Council does not recommend one company over another, nor guarantee the quality of the services provided by any of these companies. If you know of any more service providers, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org