Our Products are Made Using Eco-Friendly Solar

Home / News / Our Products are Made Using Eco-Friendly Solar

Our Products are Made Using Eco-Friendly Solar

Using Eco-Friendly Solar Products in Australia

All recycling equipment either made by or recommended by Wastech Engineering is designed, engineered and fabricated to provide better recycling solutions. This is focused on the goals of sustainability and repurposing resources. However, our commitment to sustainability doesn’t stop there. We not only provide industry-leading recycling solutions for Australia, but we also make those solutions using eco-friendly means.

How to Sustainably Use Solar Energy

We acknowledge that we all live and operate businesses in a world with a finite number of resources. This means that finding ways to reduce what we use and reuse what has been used are of equal importance. Therefore, the prime goal of our business is to provide other businesses with solutions that facilitate efficient recycling. We do this with cost in mind and aim to make it as affordable as possible for our customers. In this way, we can work with other businesses to provide sustainable and cost-effective recycling solutions.

Reach Your Sustainability Goals with Solar Products

By employing the latest technologies in our design, engineering and manufacturing techniques and practices, we are confident of being able to continue to help our customers recycle better. To take it one step further and truly consider us a business that helps others to operate sustainably, we apply the same magnifying glass to our own practices. That is why we manufacture our products using solar.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

The transition to a reduce, reuse, recycle economy is one that affects everyone. So, it makes sense that we, as an industry leader in recycling, would employ practices that are eco-friendly in their very nature. All our equipment is fabricated using recycled materials, wherever possible. We also use power generated from our own 85kw solar array in the fabrication process. We believe that this is the only way we can truly claim to be sustainable. The great by-product of this approach is that it brings our costs down which we then pass on to our customers.

Eco-Friendly and Cost-Effective

Our customers realise the benefits of our approach environmentally, financially and in the level of efficiency. Any other products we stock and recommend such as the McCloskey Environmental range share the same commitment to sustainability. This wide range of equipment is designed and manufactured for applications in a broad scope of industries. No matter whether your business is small, large or somewhere in between, we can all benefit from tackling the challenges of sustainability together.

Wastech Engineering’s eco friendly solar products harness the sustainability of solar energy in bringing you cutting-edge waste management and resource recovery solutions. Let us show you how to sustainably use solar energy. Call 03 8787 1600 or fill out our contact form to see how using our solar products help the environment in more ways than one!

Related Post

Featured Image of Waste Odyssey Post

April 2, 2024

Waste Odyssey: Discovering the Multifaceted Challenges in Australia’s Landscape

Australia is not an exception to the complicated problem that waste management poses globally. The nation deals with diverse aspects of waste management, from handling food waste and plastic waste to managing e-waste disposal and recycling initiatives. Challenges persist in the way of resolving these problems due to a lack[...]

Featured Image of Types of Waste Dilemma Post

March 19, 2024

Waste Dilemma: A Series Looking into Australia’s Waste Landscape

The vast landscape of Australia is home to distinct marine and wildlife species, wondrous scenery, and diverse communities. But there exists a threat to the status quo in the country. The crisis is unfolding—proper disposal and waste management. The challenge also lies in solving the concern about overconsumption and production.[...]

Featured Image of Baler vs Compactor Post

March 4, 2024

Baler vs. Compactor

Companies frequently find themselves in a difficult situation when deciding between a compactor and a baler. Each equipment shares a vital role in managing and minimising different types of waste, yet their applications vary significantly. Understanding these differences is key to making an informed decision. In this guide, we’re going[...]