Pallets

If you have spare usable pallets, please let us know. We will introduce you to other members who are desperate for them.
This is a true win-win!
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Inorganic Collections

BNH has two inorganics collections a year, usually in March and September. The next scheduled dates are 26-27 March 2020. Read More

Food Waste Collections

Sign up to claim your FREE kitchen bin and your first six collections FREE!
Since March 2018, BNH has offered a food waste collection service to all members.
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Pallets

If you have spare usable pallets, please let us know. We will introduce you to other members who are desperate for them. This is a true win-win! Please complete this form if you have pallets available for other businesses to reuse. If you need pallets, please complete this form and we will be in touch to advise if we have any available.

BNH has two inorganic collections a year, usually in March and September. We have negotiated a special discounted rate for our members. This is the perfect opportunity to clear out your old office furniture, e-waste, and other items cluttering up valuable space in your workplace.

To ensure we minimise the amount sent to landfill, Abilities Group sorts everything, separating scrap metal, plastics, wood, glass, paper and cardboard. Plus, local non-profits are invited to pick through the collections and upcycle items for their organisations.

Inorganic Collections

Food Waste Collections

Sign up to claim your FREE kitchen bin and your first six collections FREE!

Since March 2018, BNH has offered a food waste collection service to all members. Through this collaboration, we estimate that we are currently diverting approx. 32.2 tonnes of food waste from landfill every year. This calculates as more than 85 tonnes of diverted CO2 emissions too.

The food waste is taken to a commercial composting plant where, over time, it’s converted into compost for vegetable growers, orchards, and farming requirements. BNH can provide this free start-up offer due to funding received from Auckland Council’s WMIF (Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund).

BNH welcomes registrations from any and all local businesses, especially from the catering, hospitality, and food preparation sectors.

To find out more about BNH’s social responsibility and sustainability programmes,
contact Dave Loader.