What is Paper Pulp and How Does it Help the Environment?

Paper pulp is the raw ingredient used to make paper. The process of paper Waste Recycling involves mixing used paper with water to break it down. It is then chopped up and heated, which breaks it down further into strands of cellulose, a type of organic plant material, this resulting mixture is called pulp. It is strained through screens, which remove any glue or plastic that may still be in the mixture then cleaned, de–inked, bleached, and mixed with water. Then it can be made into new paper. The same fibres can be recycled about seven times, but they get shorter every time and eventually are strained out.

Recycling paper might seem like a small contribution to the overall problem of pollution and the environment. We need to start easing the burden on landfills. Recycling offers a boost in the economy by providing thousands of jobs and saving costs on manufacturing new goods. One main source of economic benefits resulting from recycling plastics involves a reduced cost in materials for new goods.

Recycled paper is better for the environment than virgin paper. It helps preserve forests, because it reduces demand for wood. It conserves resources and generates less pollution during manufacturing, because the fibres have already been processed once. Paper pollution is another effect of paper waste and it's a serious problem. Chlorine-based bleaches are used during production which results in toxic materials being released into our water, air and soil. When paper rots, it emits methane gas which is 25 times more toxic than CO2.

There are so many products that could be made from recycled paper.

  • Toilet Paper
  • Tissues
  • Printer and copier paper
  • Paper Towels
  • Paperboard (cereal and cracker boxes)
  • Egg cartons
  • Newspapers
  • Grocery bags

These items are to name just a few things that can be done with recycled paper. You can contact SA Zero Waste today for you paper waste management solutions.

SA Zero Waste gives back to the community.

SA Zero Waste has many services to offer. Not only do we believe in cleaning the environment from hazardous and non-hazardous materials, but we also take deep pride in supporting our community. We had the privilege to transport feed to farmers in need in the Northern Cape on the 12th and 13th on September 2019. From the SA Zero Waste Team, we would like to thank George and Chris Robertson (Logistics Manager) for suggesting this donation of feed, enabling the SA Zero Waste team to give back to the community.

The SA Zero Waste team would also like to thank our two dedicated drivers, Michael Gwala and Sibongiseni Ndlovu for taking the feed to the farmers in need in the Northern Cape.

SA Zero Waste, the aim to zero waste.

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SA Zero Waste is the specialists when it comes to trauma and crime scene cleaning.

Crime scene cleaning specialists specialising in the sanitising and cleaning of homes, vehicles and offices after homicides, suicides, industrial accidents and other traumas. Crime Scene Clean-up is a human activity that focuses on the cleaning and or management of a particular area after a traumatic or violent incident. These services need to be done by professionals who is not only experienced in the field, but is able to offer compassion through this difficult time.

SA Zero Waste has got years of experience when it comes to delivering their specialised services when it comes to trauma and crime scene cleaning. We are experienced in this field with highly trained staff and emergency response available 24/7. At SA Zero Waste we believe in assisting families, co-workers as well as all people involved through this difficult time.

Fact is that after such an incident, people hesitate or do not have the courage or knowledge to handle the cleaning process themselves. Violence or unsuspected death can leave a trail of destruction when less expected, therefore proper decontamination and bio-recovery of each crime or trauma scene should be exercised to restore the area to a healthy and safe place.  Leave the hard work to sa zero waste. Let the professionals do the work for you.

Our staff are undergoes continuous training to ensure professional services at all times.

SA Zero Waste, your first choice when it comes to crime scene cleaning.

Safe waste disposal

The importance of the term “waste” is often overlooked or seen as a subject we choose to avoid. Leave the disposal of all waste to us.

SA Zero Waste is a waste management / waste disposal company who provides 24 hours emergency spill response , environmental cleaning, load recoveries, hazardous waste removal and disposal as well as high-pressure cleaning services.

Management of waste encompasses a complex set of potential impacts on human health and safety, and the environment. sa zero waste is a licensed and registered waste generator and transporter.   Our staff is trained to handle hazardous waste, emergency response and provide quality services to all out clients. Safe waste disposal or proper waste disposal is critical. Certain types of waste can be hazardous and can contaminate the environment if not handled correctly. This type of waste has the potential to cause disease, get into water supplies, contaminate soil and can cause serious health risks to humans.

At sa zero waste, we strive to minimize these risks, offer on- site solutions to the client’s future needs as well as reduce the company’s carbon footprint. We specialise in safe waste disposal and removal of hazardous waste. sa zero waste has fully equipped emergency vehicles with highly trained first responders to assist you in all your waste disposal needs.  Whether you are in need of safe waste disposal, hazardous waste disposal, liquid waste disposal, environmental cleaning, load recovery or emergency spill response, sa zero waste will provide sustainable, compliant and cost-effective integrated Waste Management proposals for every situation.

SA Zero Waste has the right equipment for all your needs. We have some off the best Bio-Remediation products and techniques available on the market to keep the cost to a minimum with all environmental pollution cases.

 When it comes to waste disposal, sa zero waste is certainly becoming one of the largest, most competitive companies. 

Contact us today for your cost effective quote.

Waste Transport

We, sa zero waste, are very conscious about our environment and we go out of our way to make our world a better and safer place.

That is why we are also transporting your waste for you wherever you are. Our services of waste transport is everything from general and non-hazardous waste to hazardous waste, such as chemicals, oils etc. Before waste transport, we go through a process of separating the wet and dry waste for a more reliable, safe and efficient transport of the waste.

It is important to take note of what is going to waste, what is hazardous and what is non-hazardous to make our environment great again. If you do have any questions regarding waste transport, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Why Recycle?

Today, it can be quite time consuming for most of us to make sure that we are recycling and being environmentally conscious. But there has to come a time and place in one's life to realize to why recycle. Here are a few good reasons why everyone should start recycling.

  1. Recycling reduces excessive waste.
    To recycle gives the opportunity to a "second life" to materials like paper, plastics, glass, etc. By Diverting all these materials, we conserve landfill space and reduce pollutants such as methane gas and leachate.
  2. Recycling conserves resources
    Everything we purchase and use came from a material extracted from somewhere on the earth. Extraction of resources destroy the ecosystem and uses a lot of energy and water, but with recycling materials are being reused and reduced for the need for further extraction.
  3. Recycle to tackle climate change
    Reducing our waste, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, such as methane, carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide. Extraction, manufacturing and transportation of raw materials also cause global greenhouse gas emission, so by utilizing recycled materials requires less energy, which reduces emission and fights climate change.
  4. Recycle to save energy
    It takes less energy to manufacture a product from recycled materials than to manufacture a product from raw materials because the raw materials require more processing and refining than recycled materials. They should also be extracted, which uses an exceptional amount of energy. Using recycled materials also uses energy, but considerably less than the process for raw materials.

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