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Western Australia - Regional Greensmart Partners Working Together

December 15, 2019

ECO Resources (ECO) is pleased to announce that fellow Regional Greensmart Partner, NicheLiving has joined the growing number of ECO Accredited Recyclers committed to ensuring maximum recovery and recycling of their building waste and enjoying between a 93% and 97% landfill diversion rate.

Nicheliving is a dynamic and multi-faceted property group offering comprehensive services across new home & land and apartment developments, project marketing, construction, financial services, real estate sales and property management.

ECO is Perth’s largest open-user construction and demolition recycling company servicing more than 200 of the States’ leading building, waste management demolition and general inert waste generators as well as local government and the mining oil and gas sectors.

A finalist in the most recent Infinity Awards, ECO is recognised by the West Australian waste and recycling community as a leader in its field. Focused on maximising recycling and diversion of waste from landfill, ECO’s process and waste handling operations represent industry best practice for construction and demolition waste and its commitment to continuous improvement means customers are assured of best in class diversion and recycling rates.

The ECO Accreditation Program

Becoming an ECO Accredited Recycler means your business, whether builder or other waste generator is authorised to display the ECO Accreditation logo on company documentation, advertising and social media.

ECO Accreditation helps eliminate the risk associated with not knowing what is actually happening to your waste and ECO Accredited Recyclers can relax knowing their waste is handled in the most ethical and environmentally friendly way possible, minimising reliance on landfill and maximising recovery, recycling and reuse. Being accredited shows your customers that you are serious about recycling and that 93% – 97% of all C&D waste generated by your project is being recycled.