Rubbish removal is process removing the unwanted wastage that are present in houses, commercial areas, roadsides etc. Normally called as garbage. The term usually relates to materials produced by human activity, and the process is generally undertaken to reduce their effect on health, the environment.
Rubbish is not a waste thing that cannot be used in future. It can be a valuable resource when we process it correctly, through policy and practice. With rational and consistent waste management practices there is an opportunity to reap a range of benefits. Those benefits include economy, environment, social, inter generational equity.
Waste management association of Australia (WMAA) is an independent, not-for-profit association for waste and resource recovery professionals and organizations.
Australia's peak waste industry body. WMAA has a growing and broad-based membership across Australia (and international affiliations), representing the diversity and depth of the Australian waste management and resource recovery industry. WMAA has over 3,000 members from the waste and resource recovery industry including large business, SMEs, Local, State and Federal government agencies, service providers, and individuals.
Australia is the one of the best country in waste management system. Recycling efforts prevented equivalent of about 1.3 million tonnes of carbon-dioxide entering in the atmosphere.