Case Study: Waste and Recycling Guidelines

Bespoke and practical guidance for organisations on waste, recycling and circularity


Waste and the circular economy as topics, are dynamic, nuanced and can be just plain overwhelming - requiring an informed, and practical approach.

Improving recycling and circularity in a premium property is a combined effort of owners, onsite managers, tenants, cleaning and security, the resource collection contractor and a long value chain beyond.

To help organisations have one point of internal reference for waste, recycling and circularity within their business, and or to service their customers, we can create guidelines which are relevant, considered to your industry with all the practical detail to resolve those water cooler debates!

We have created and updated guidelines, written and accessible to Executive, Management and operational staff, including topics spanning the ‘why’ to best practice source separation in tenancies, to NABERS waste requirements, contamination reporting and chain of custody, to name a few topics.

Guidelines are developed to empower people, be technically sound, and serve as a trusted source of information, in a noisy environment.

We have developed Waste and Recycling Guidelines, for integrated property services provider, Glad Group, who service large property and ASX listed organisations.

We have reviewed and updated existing Guidelines for The GPT group, one of Australia’s largest property groups, managing more than $30 billion worth of assets across the country.


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Marsha Costanzo | National Manager Sustainability Solutions | The GPT Group


Bel can be trusted to get the job done, she delivers high quality work to agreed time frames, combined with her extensive technical knowledge of the waste and recycling industry. She knows what is relevant to the property industry and her work has been very well received by our senior management, which helps GPT manage risk, and stay informed of upcoming trends and policy that will affect our assets’ recovery rates.