Head Office

6 Stanbel Road

Sailsbury Plain

SA 5109

 

0401 403 963
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SERVICES

Material Disposal 

Aiming to reduce landfill we minimise general waste by removing materials immediately after each stage is complete. Working together with contractors is key to an efficient waste reduction practice.

Site Clean

We pride ourselves on our clean and sweep program. Over the course of the build, your building site will be kept in a tidy manner. Creating not only an aesthetically pleasing work site but reducing the risk of hazards. 

Site Management

During the Precycle process, we keep an eye on the entire build. They key is to build a strong, continuous relationship with builders, and in return our assessment of stock and ordering can help reduce costs in the long term. 

 
 

ABOUT

Through a 6-stage process over the course of a house build, Precycle sorts recyclable materials at their source before removing to be recycled. Our efficient service is more convenient, cleaner and precise than current waste removal options available. 

While reducing waste output for the construction industry, the Precycle service also includes regular maintenance and upkeep of work sites. Keeping areas tidy to minimise hazards, increase overall safety and cleanliness. 

We do this to protect our environment,
 because our community cares, because it matters.
And because we can. 

LEARN MORE
 

Precycle has partnered with Green Industries South Australia, to create a case study on our resource recovery process. The in depth study proves that our resource management system is the most effective in Australia.

Read Here

 

 
 

CONTACT

Inquiries

For any inquiries, please call 0401 403 963 or fill out our contact form.

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ARTICLES

Precycling in construction industry saves money and environment
 

A South Australian company is trailblazing a path to bring circular economy to home construction sites.

The latest buzzword in environmental circles is “pre-cycling”—

the process of reducing waste by avoiding items that will generate it in the first place or by selecting elements that will create less waste. An innovative company from South Australia has decided to apply the principle to the construction industry after identifying problems with its own waste generation.