WE DROP, YOU FILL UP & WE COLLECT
*Prices can be negotiated on Volume
Why use us?
Whether you have residential, industrial or commercial needs, our team can help you save:
- Best Service in industry - Strive for 24 hour turnaround time
- Best Prices in industry - We help you save on your disposal costs
- Reduce carbon emissions - Effective waste removal with full documentation
- Dispose of your waste correctly - Members of Green Building Council (SA)
Environmentally Safe Disposal
As members of the Green Building Council of South Africa, Evergreen Waste Management services is underpinned by best practice procedures, and we therefore take all reasonable measures to ensure all waste is handled, treated and disposed of in a safe and responsible manner.
Full documentation authenticating the final destination of the waste is available to the customer on completion of the disposal process. There is no easier or more efficient way to dispose of large volumes of general, garden and building waste from your property.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF WASTE THAT CAN BE COLLECTED
General waste refers to products that are no longer of use, made up of various waste streams. While it does include most of the things you may consider to be “rubbish”, it does not comprise of liquids or hazardous waste. When hiring a skip bin, other exclusions may include food waste and soil, among other things.
Clean hard fill is comprised of items such as concrete, bricks and stones. The “clean” in clean hard fill means that the waste is not contaminated by any other form of waste. These skip bins are typically used for worksites and construction companies, as well as DIY’ers.
Green waste is composed of waste products that are biodegradable, which means they can easily break down and become a part of the earth again. This is typically made from garden waste, such as grass clippings and weeds. It is “green” because it is high in nitrogen, as opposed to brown waste, which is predominantly carbonaceous.
Soil & Dirt
Although it may sound pretty straight forward, when it comes to waste and its disposal, it is important to know what it means when referring to soil and dirt. Soil and dirt waste must not contain any contaminants or other forms of waste, it is purely only soil and dirt, free from pollutants or other rubbish.