Recycling Ideas For Kids

Teaching Kids About Recycling | Top 7 Recycling Ideas For Kids

Searching for creative projects to keep your kids entertained? Look no further than your recycling bin. From glass, plastic and cardboard to toilet paper rolls and tin cans, you’ll be surprised by what you can make with just these simple DIY materials at home – while doing the environment a favour and bestowing a discarded […]

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Interesting Recycling Facts

10 Interesting Recycling Facts That Will Surprise You – And What You Can Do

Here are 10 facts about recycling in Australia, plus tips for how you can proactively seize control of your own recycling habits to make sure you’re doing the best you can for our environment.

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creative things made out of waste material

4 Creative Things Made Out Of Waste Material

Every home has unnecessary clutter or waste that builds up over time. From garden waste to house clutter, many of these items can be taken to recycling via a skip bin, while others still can be repurposed using a bit of ingenuity and creative thinking. With our eco-friendly skip bins, Cutter Skips is committed to […]

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spring cleaning tips

5 Spring Cleaning Tips To Make Your Life Easier

Spring has arrived and it’s the perfect time to give your home a deep clean. These spring cleaning tips will show you how to clean a house fast and properly. 

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5 Compelling Reasons To Declutter Your Home Right Now

Do you have a clutter problem? If you feel fatigued or a vague sense of unease when you enter your home or feel overwhelmed by all the ‘stuff’, it’s a strong sign that clutter has triumphed.  First, let’s talk about what clutter is. Put simply, clutter is an excess of possessions that collectively create a […]

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Dispose of your hazardous waste

How To Dispose Of Your Hazardous Waste – Tips From The Experts

According to the Australian Government, over 5.6 million tonnes of hazardous waste is produced in Australia each year, which is over 9% of the total waste generated in the country. And although there have been major changes in the way Australians manage their waste over the last two decades, the amount of waste has increased […]

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