The impacts of climate change are being felt today. Average global temperatures have risen every decade since the 1970s, and the 10 warmest years on record have all occurred since 1997. Glaciers, permafrost and sea ice are disappearing. Sea levels are rising, coral reefs dying, species becoming extinct, seasons changing and extreme weather events becoming more common.
It is clear what needs to be done and when – what is missing is the will to do it. Governments around the world have a responsibility to protect the planet and its inhabitants. They must drastically reduce domestic carbon pollution, foster investment in large-scale renewable energy projects, protect forests and commit to a fair, ambitious and biding global agreement.
It is also in our hands, we have a responsibility to keep Melbourne clean. If you are a resident in Frankston or surrounding areas and you have a smokey car or you have excess rubbish then there are no excuses. If you do not like to do the work yourself then no problem go to Bin Hire Frankston and they will organise to have all your waste removed and they are reasonably cheap.
Bin Hire Frankston is easy, the beaches and parks are a good reminder as to why we need keep up this good work and look after each other.
Also in case you have not heard you can use yard bags, they are the ideal way to keep your yard neat and tidy without having to fill your council bins to the brim leaving no room for your normal rubbish.
This would have to be one of the most economical and user-friendly ways to remove green waste from your garden.
If you cannot be bothered doing it yourself simply visit www.binhirefrankston.net.au and fill out the online enquiry and one of the friendly team will get back to you. They will even organise for the driver to wait while you fill up the bin and take it away the same day.
Remember car batteries are recyclable and residents can take them to scrap metal merchants where the lead content is re-used. The plastic case of the battery will also be recycled to make products such as ‘Syntel,’ a heavy duty plastic material used in the building and engineering industries.