GREEN PROJECTS

HELP KEEP KILLARNEY GREEN – JOIN OUR RECYCLING PROJECT

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Recycling is a simple, cheap and easy way for ordinary people to make a valuable and meaningful contribution toward saving the environment. It also removes valuable rubbish from our wheelie-bins, which makes it less lucrative for vagrants to empty our rubbish out onto the street every week, thereby causing us a huge mess and a headache.
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We have managed to find another self-employed recycling entrepreneur, who is prepared to collect all types of recyclable material without charge. His name is Klaas, and he is already collecting from Bretton Woods and a few other buildings in our area. Please contact Klaas on 072 152 9462 or on 073 477 2689 to set up a collection schedule for your building.
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Denise Pretorius (061 452 9770) will also collect all recyclable materials, and Denise will provide you with dedicated wheelie-bins for your internal collection points.
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Philippe Wiener of City Recyclers – 082 551 3092 or philippe@cityrecyclers.co.za will collect all material.
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Tiaan Booyse of Powergate, on 072 404 8018 or at tiaan1.booyse@vodamail.co.za, will collect all material
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In addition, the Mondi paper company has long operated a paper-recycling project, called the “Ronnie-Bag” or “Orange-Bin” project. This has been spun off into a company called Mpact, which operates in Killarney-Riviera as well. They only collect paper and cardboard, no plastic or glass etc, but we all generate lots of paper and cardboard, so it’s a good place to start. Your body corporate can purchase your own ORANGE wheelie bins from them, for a R550 each once-off fee, and the weekly collections are free of charge thereafter. Mpact Recycling will also provide Ronnie Bags for each of your units, and residents can empty the paper from their individual Ronnie Bags into the complex Orange Bin whenever they want. If you want to participate in this project, please contact them on 011 538 8600 or at http://mpact.co.za/.

We urge you all to participate in some form of recycling, as our municipal dumps are almost full, and when they have to transport our garbage to the new dump in Springs it will cost us twice as much.