Cleanaway ready to relaunch

FullSizeRender-Cleanaway-Paintback-e1462238381903Three months after unveiling its new look, Cleanaway has plenty to share at the Waste Management In Action expo.

According to Cleanaway, the company will have a team of experts from various parts of the business to answer queries from current and potential clients, whether it be about disposing of hazardous waste streams or implementing an organics recycling project.

The team will also be delighted to talk about how it is supporting Paintback, Australia’s world-first, waste paint collection scheme.

Working together with Cleanaway, Paintback aims to collect more than 45,000 tonnes of waste paint over the next five years: significantly reducing the amount going to landfill and maximising the inherent value of the recyclable materials.

Cleanaway has signed a three-year contract as Paintback’s national partner, providing drop off and collection services across the country. Twelve Cleanaway sites will be ready to accept waste paint, following the scheme’s launch on 2 May. Paintback has also invited local councils to become collection points for the program, which Cleanaway will also service as its national collection partner.

“For more than 50 years, Cleanaway has supported Australian industry, business and communities – delivering a comprehensive range of total waste management solutions, underpinned by our industry leading innovation and service,” said Head of Marketing & Communications Alison Chalmer.

“We are proud to support the first Waste Management in Action Expo in Melbourne. We’d encourage those looking after environmental solutions for councils and private businesses to visit our stand, meet our team, see our new brand in action and find out how our range of total waste management solutions can be tailored to meet their needs.”