If you really look at it scientifically, there is nothing in the world called ‘rubbish’. In terms of Earth, everything that is existent in the core right through to the surface is nothing but ‘matter’ that has its share of uses if only the users know how to use it right. So, whether it is the solid waste that you flush down the pot everyday or a stack of old rotting newspapers festering in your garage, what may seem useless to you is certainly not ‘rubbish’ if you come to ask our planet.
This brings our attention to the way in which we treat the so-called rubbish everyday as and when it is produced. Not many in the almost 8 billion strong population are actually known for doing their bit in being responsible with the disposal process. Putting it in very simple words, your wastes are not witches, so burning them at a stake when too much seems to have piled on, would amount to wastage of resources to a criminal level.
This is highly relevant in case of paper related wastes like news, papers magazines, cardboards, cartons, used notebooks etc. especially in developing and underdeveloped nations where the level of enlightenment is spread only in a certain specified strata. Burning down these otherwise recyclable resources to ashes would amount to an enhanced stress on the rainforests that may deplete to non existence within the next few decades.
Next in line is the matter of treating organic waste inhumanly. Say for example, when you have mowed your lawn or removed a ton of weeds from your kitchen garden or discarded vegetables that have been lying in your fridge for over 2 weeks, more often than not it has been seen that these otherwise rich matter is dumped in a plastic bag and choked till it is collected at the end of the week. Choking organic waste produces more toxins than fertilizing agents that tend to pollute the air, land and water than do any good.
So, you are not responsible with your waste, you directly contribute to loss of resources while causing ample environmental damage at the same time. If you have a heart for our planet, yet have no clue about how to treat your waste, simply hand it over to responsible waste management experts like the ones offering rubbish removal in Sydney and be happy about contributing to a greater cause.