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Signal Waste & Recycling
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Signal Waste and Recycling is now big in Liquid.  We offer Septic pumping, grease trap cleaning and trade waste cartage throughout South Australia.  Call our office on 08 8162 5544 to arrange your next septic tank pump out or grease trap service.  Please click on the link to download our PDF.
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Waste and Recycling in Adelaide.
Signal waste and recycling is a South Australian family owned and operated company established in 1989.  Signal offers five star customer service in waste management and recycling to commercial clients throughout South Australia.  
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Signal is proud to give a helping hand in recycling once again to The Little Book Club. The Little Book Club provides free reading packs to every family with a newborn baby across SA. We love supporting SA families to read, sing, talk and play with their children everyday.
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To better serve our customers Signal is adding a new Isuzu 450 to the fleet.  We will take delivery in 2 weeks.  It comes with a Hiab crane and tuckaway tailgate loader.  We can now perform special waste and recycling tasks that we could not have done before.
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Here's our new colour coded waste and recycling signage.
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Latest Recycling News 
 
Recycling in Adelaide is on the up and up.  
Minister Ian Hunter the minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation.

News release Monday, 1 April 2013.

Use free recycling depots and don't dump old TV sets.  Householders and small business are being encouraged to use free recycling drop-off services for unwanted televisions after the digital switchover.  Sustainability, Environment and Conservation Minister, Ian Hunter is reminding people that dumping unwanted televisions on kerbsides or at charity stores and bins is unacceptable.  

"We've got more than 14 permanent free television and computer recycling drop-off points around the state which can be used any time of the year, and more will be opening soon.  People need to realize that no-one is going to come along and collect dumped TVs from footpaths and make them disappear.  Televisions and computers contain hazardous and valuable resources including lead, glass, copper and aluminium and should not be dumped in our streets - it's un-neighbourly.  The free drop-off services are provided by the television and computer industry under the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme and they are here to stay.  Since 2008, the South Australian Government has invested over $2 million to manage the increasing amount of electronic waste, through collection events and infrastructure, to collect store and recycle e-waste.  Electronic waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams in Australia, particularly with the changeover to digital television.  The switchover does not necessarily mean people have to fork out for a new television.  Inexpensive set top boxes can also be bought to enable analogue televisions to receive the digital signal."

See below for some free drop off locations near you.

Edinburgh North waste recovery facility, Bellchambers Rd Edinburgh North.

Pooraka waste transfer station, 61 Research Rd Pooraka.

Computers Only - Officeworks Trinity Gardens, 210-212 Portrush Rd Trinity Gardens.

 
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