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Most uncontrolled waste eventually ends up polluting the environment we live in and ultimately becomes a health hazard.

The only way to limit pollution is by reducing waste retention. Waste retention is waste that is created and remains in a specific form of waste without it being applied for re-use through recycling processes. 

In many instances the recycling process is much more costly than the original waste creation process, however, such a cost should not be viewed from only the recycling cost perspective, but from the real cost perspective which includes the eventual physical activity that will be required to control such waste.

An additional cost that should be taken into consideration is the environmental impact or damage that is caused by any specific waste item during its life-cycle as an item of uncontrolled waste. 

Any waste control initiatives result in a cleaner environment - let us assist you in timeous waste management.

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